Tsitsernakaberd (Armenian Genocide Museum) Tours

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This expansive complex, which was completed I 1967, was built to honor the 1.5 million Armenians killed by genocide during the 20th century. Today, this hillside memorial serves as a destination for pilgrims who want to pay homage to the fallen.

Upon entering Tsisernakaberd, visitors are confronted with a massive stone engraved with the names of cities across Armenia and the number of people who were killed by the Turks in each one. It proves a somber reminder of the nation’s loss and ushers travelers into the three buildings the complex holds: the Sanctuary of Eternity, Memorial Wall and Memorial Column. Visitors say this museum and landmark is a stark but beautiful reminder of the nation’s history and worthy of checking out.

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The museum and landmark is open 24-hours a day and located on Yerevan’s Tsitsernakaberd hill.
Address: Yerevan, Armenia
Hours: Open Tues-Sun 11am-4pm
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