Well worth a visit, right in the city center, facing the beautiful Alarat Mountain, next to a park, morning and evening there are many people walking on the paths between the mountains, the air is very fresh, there are many mulberry trees on the road, sweet and delicious!
There 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!
With a heavy heart, I visited the Yerevan Genocide Museum. Armenia is located between two hostile countries-Turkey and Azerbaijan. Here are the memories of every Armenian. Let them remember the history and the alarm bells ring.
The Armenian Genocide memorial complex-The Armenian Genocide memorial complex is a complex building that requires at least 2 hours of admiration and visiting time. The first thing that comes into view is a forest of fir trees, each planted by politicians from all over the world. I recognized the fir tree planted by Sarkozy from the explanation card next to the tree. Turn left through the woods and first pass the 100-meter-long wall. The names of cities and villages where ethnic cleansing took place are written on the wall. Then you see a 44-meter-high minaret on your right. The front and the back of the tower stand. The front part means the lost Armenia, and the back part means the current native Armenia. The whole implies rebirth. Next is the memorial hall. It is composed of 12 arched stone walls, representing 12 provinces lost in Armenia after the war. Down the steps is a long open flame. The ever-opening fire, located 1.5 meters below the ground, symbolizes the 1.5 million victims who were slaughtered. Every year, April 24th is the National Day of Remembrance. Thousands of people will come here to present flowers to the victims. Leaving the memorial hall and walking back to the starting point, there is a stone step from here overlooking the entire city of Yerevan. Below is the memorial hall, which shows us the most wicked massacre that happened in this land over time from ample pictures and videos. At the beginning of the last century, in order to prevent the Armenians from resisting the land occupation, the Ottoman Empire systematically and premeditated carried out a purge-like massacre on the Armenians in the ruling area. In the past few years, 1.5 million innocent women, children, and elderly people have been killed inhumanely. History will not be forgotten, but why does history reappear?
It's really hard to find a museum like 🈶️.