_We***34Hraparak is the central town square in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It consists of two sections: an oval roundabout and a trapezoid-shaped section which contains a pool with musical fountains. The square is surrounded by five major buildings built in pink and yellow tuffin the neoclassical style with extensive use of Armenian motifs.This architectural ensemble includes the Government House, the History Museum and the National Gallery, Armenia Marriott Hotel and the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Transport and Communications. The square was originally designed by Alexander Tamanian in 1924.The construction of most of the buildings was completed by the 1950s; the last building—the National Gallery—was completed in 1977.
_yt***60There is a long-lasting fire to commemorate the lives that have passed away. Here you can take a panoramic view of Ararat Mountain. Here is shaded by trees. You can even see little squirrels and little foxes. It has become a good place for locals to exercise. Become the natural oxygen for everyone to breathe fresh air!
事事随缘At night, Yerevan is full of people, shoulder to shoulder, gift shops, gold, silver and jadeware, traditional clothing, wood carvings, unique, row upon row of luxury shops, neon flashing, vibrant colors, enough to make people around the world admire The tourists here are eye-opening. Buskers of all colors appeared in turn, so it was so lively. The contrast between the impressive medieval quiet church during the day and the colorful world in front of you at night is a bit trance. Armenians have a very high talent for art. Various street sculptures come alive and have different shapes, which makes people feel the artistic atmosphere coming to the face. Standing among the crowds, I will feel a little inexplicably moved. After all, the journey of Transcaucasus didn't feel so exciting, but it was unexpectedly so unforgettable. Armenia is definitely worth savoring slowly, and it is endlessly memorable.
张伟频This is not so much a church, it is actually a perfect complex composed of churches, monasteries, museums, the private residence of the Pope of Armenia and gardens. Because the outside of the church was being repaired, I couldn't get in. But we came to the museum next to the Pope. The holy spear pierced into Jesus in the Bible was photographed. This is the national treasure of Armenia! The relics of generations of popes...can't help but praise. As the museum belongs to the private place of the Pope, photography is prohibited in the mansion and garden inside. The museum must report to the group to make an appointment, there is no ticket window.
你们的AYerevan Opera House and French Square are actually a crossroads. The French painter statue erected in the center of the round square is a gift from the French government. It was made by the famous Auguste Rodin. It was built in 1933 on the south side of French Square. The Yerevan Opera House in 1953 included a concert hall and a ballet theatre completed in 1953. The designer was Alexander Tamanian himself. The Freedom Square in front of the gate was formerly known as Opera Square or Theater Square. On both sides of the square are bronze statues of Armenian composers and poets and writers. I don't know the names.
Liberty Square is also the main place for public demonstrations, but it is peaceful on weekdays. Many teenagers who play BMX and skateboard practice here. On holidays, it becomes a children's playground, surrounded by large inflatable amusement facilities and tents.