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Erebuni Fortress

Arin Berd

Ruins of once powerful ancient metropolis whose name means „Fortress of Blood“. An imposing sight.

Khachik Dashtents St, Yerevan, Armenia

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Attractions near to Erebuni Fortress

  • Republic Square

    This square is centrally located and bears great symbolic significance. Do not miss the beautiful fountain show!

  • Cascades

    The monumental stairway is partially a relict of the former regime. All in one: unique monument, public space and viewpoint.

  • Mother Armenia

    This solemn statue symbolises Armenia. Monumental statue of Stalin was standing here until the 60's.

  • Vernissage Flea Market

    Now almost legendary flea market where you can buy whatever you think of – and more. Amazing art on sale, too!

  • Armenian Genocide Memorial (Tsitsernakaberd)

    The solemn complex commemorates the victims of Armenian Genocide. An imposing structure overlooking Yerevan from a hill. A must see.

  • Yerevan Opera Theater

    Dating to 1930s, this building is one of the dominants of Yerevan. Several performance venues with usually very good program.

  • Yerevan Brandy Company

    The guided tour into factory where the country's most popular brandy Ararat is produced – a must see! The building is notable itself.

  • Blue Mosque

    The largest and most beautiful mosque in Armenia. Originating in mid-18th century, it is a showcase of the finest tile work.

  • Freedom Square

    Thy symbolical centre of the city where many political events have been occurring – the Artsakh movement for independence started here, too.

  • Swan Lake

    A scenic hideout in the middle of the city. The artificial lake got its name after swans living there.

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