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Tsitsernakaberd
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Private Yerevan Tour: Erebuni Museum, Matenadaran, Tsitsernakaberd
Ranked #1 of 217 things to do in Yerevan
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed July 22, 2013

historical and sensitive - you can see the museum also it is amazing; they close at 6...
As for the place it is very beautiful; you can see all Yerevan and some of the churches from there.

3  Thank Zepur
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Reviewed July 19, 2013

They way they tell the story. Just by presenting evidence. It is very nice. Draw your own conclusions. We were very impressed by the museum and the memorial. Didn't expect it to have such a big impact.

4  Thank Jasper F
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Reviewed July 5, 2013

This free museum of the Armenian Genocide is as moving as going to Auschwitz. I knew the basic facts of 1915, but wasn't aware of how widespread the information was at the time. The museum has many books, letters, and magazine articles published before 1920. The authors range from Henry Morgenthau, the US ambassador at the time, to a Danish missionary. This is definitely worth the taxi ride from city center.

3  Thank theora
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Reviewed June 19, 2013

The Genocide Memorial & Museum is dedicated to one of the darkest pages in the history of the Armenian people and commemorates the 1 million and 5 hundred thousand innocent victims of 1915 Genocide. .

1  Thank Princess_Maneh_Tours
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Reviewed June 19, 2013

It is a pleasant and safe hour to hour and a half walk from the center of Yerevan to this memorial.
A taxi is an easier option, however the walk is interesting - passing through several neighborhoods, over the river bridge, past the soccer stadium - and will help work off some of the excellent Yerevan meals available in the city.
Monument is OK. Impressive design. All ached underground museum does have translations of much of the material into English, however the font size is small, so it is not easy to read unless one is close to the exhibit.
The museum is generally not very busy. Not a lot of tourists to begin with, and a bit far out of the center.
Armenians are obsessed with their " victim " status here, and most visitors are ex country Armenians, who helped pay for the construction in the first place.
Don't go if you are wearing your finest Turkish national football jersey.

Thank sheilds
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