Sights & Landmarks in Yerevan

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Yerevan Cascade

Yerevan Cascade is a stairway which links two important parts of the city; Center and Monument. It is the most popular area both for the locals and for the tourists. The design of the stairway and the surrounding area is a successful mixture of innovative solutions and traditional, historical details.

Republic Square

Republic Square is the heart of Yerevan and the center of the country. The square is built in the neoclassical style with Armenian pink and yellow tuff stone. It has a oval shape, huge singing, dancing fountains and is surrounded by five major buildings which together make an architectural whole.

Tsitsernakaberd

Founded in 1967 Tsitsernakaberd Memorial is devoted to the memory of the 1.5 million innocent Armenians whose lives were taken during Armenian Genocide. Located high on a hill the memorial complex is a pilgrimage site for the Armenian Nation. For more details visit the page.

Victory Park and Statue of Mother Armenia

Victory park is located at the top of Cascade stairs. It is a large amusement park, which is famous for its attractions intend both for kids and adults. Victory Park consists of green surrounding, artificial lake, a museum and the huge statue of Mother Armenia, the most remarkable point of the Victory park.

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The Opera and Ballet National Academic Theater of Armenia is of symbolic value to Armenians located in the heart of the capital city. The structure is an architectural masterpieces designed by widely famous architect Alexander Tamanyan. To discover more visit the page.

Northern Avenue Pedestrian Street

Northern Avenue is a new pedestrian street in the center of Yerevan, It opened to the public in 2007. The length of the street is 450 metres. It connects the Freedom Square, Abovyan and Tumanyan streets. The street is a popular destination to spend evenings.

Blue Mosque (Persian Mosque)

Blue Mosque is the only active mosque in the territory of Armenia, which serves the Persian community in the country. It is a 18th-century Shia mosque, situated in the central part of Yerevan. The building is has a typical persian style, decoration, colours and ornaments.

St. Grigor Lusavoritch

The Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral is a large religious complex in Yerevan. It is the largest Armenian cathedral to be built in the world. The construction do the Cathedral was completed in 2001, on occasion of the 1700th anniversary of the declaration of Christianity in Armenia.

Erebuni Town-Fortress

Erebuni Fortress is the origin of Yerevan and the oldest point of the city. It was constructed in 782 BC. The fortress was built during the Armenian Iron Age Van Kingdom. The name Yerevan itself is derived from Erebuni. It was built on top of a hill overlooking the Arax River.

Charles Aznavour Square

Charles Aznavour Square is one of the most beautiful and crowded spots in Yerevan. It is situated right in front of the “Moscow” cinema. The square is decorated by the beautiful fountains and is surrounded by the buildings built by Armenian tuf stone. All this makes a traditional atmosphere and ensemble.

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