"Land of Noah" travel agency offers a tour to Sardarapat Memorial - a symbol of pride and survival from an invading Turkish army (May 20-22, 1918). Sardarapat is a memorial complex to the Battle of Sardarapat located in the Armavir Province of Armenia. After the victory on May 28, 1918 Armenia was declared as an independent Republic. The memorial was designed by architect Rafael Israelyan.
Two giant winged bulls symbolizing the titanic strength of the Armenian people stand at the entrance to the square dominated by 35-meter-high stone bell tower. A flower alley with stone eagles runs from the Victory Wall symbolizing the spirit of the Sardarapat heroes. From the center of the Victory Wall opens a view of the majestic Mt Ararat, the silent witness of the heroic past of the Armenian people.
The complex is completed by an originally designed folk art museum. The central hall of which contains commemorative materials from the battle. In the galleries you can see archaeological materials from Neolithic to Medieval, various traditional handicrafts. Upstairs are exhibits of carpets and embroidery, modern Armenian decorative ceramics and jewelry.
Duration: 4-5 hrs
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