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This monument is located near to Yerevan Lake. It is made of tuf stone, which is local Armenian stone of volcanic origin. It is nice to go here in weekends, when the traffic is not so loud on Admiral Isakov street and enjoy the monument...More
A monument erected in gratitude and to honor a people tells us a lot about a nation. A gesture so noble, it crosses all boundaries and borders. The Monument of Gratitude, solemn and majestic in presence, is a silent reminder of the bonds of humanity,...More
This monument is located along Admiral Isakov Ave, about 200 meters south of the American Embassy. There is a plaque at the monument which reads "Monument of Gratitude from the Armenian people to the Arab people." It is made of brown colored stone and stands...More