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Sardarapat Memorial, Araks

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A place that represents pride and survival, Sardarapat Memorial marks the site of perhaps the most important battle in Armenia's history. The complex boasts several monuments, a memorial garden, and a history museum. A long flight of steps leads to a platform mounted with 26 m (85 ft) tall tower with 12 bells. See the massive statues of stylized winged oxen and eagles and the bas-relief on the huge memorial wall. To visit Sardarapat Memorial on your trip to Araks, use our Araks trip planner.
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  • Very beautifull place in Armenia, Hoktemberyan district. Georgius arcitectrure, etnoghrapic museum with nice restaurant in complex. I like this place very much, and spend whole day there. 
    Very beautifull place in Armenia, Hoktemberyan district. Georgius arcitectrure, etnoghrapic museum with nice restaurant in complex. I like this place very much, and spend whole day there.  more »
  • Impressive monument in a beautiful area with flowers and trees as a fine setting. Combined with an interesting museum, would recommend with a guided tour. 
    Impressive monument in a beautiful area with flowers and trees as a fine setting. Combined with an interesting museum, would recommend with a guided tour.  more »
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  • Incredible experience! The museum on the site has artefacts on exhibition spanning about 12,000 years. Well worth the visit!
  • Sardarapat Memorial is a symbol of pride and survival, the Sardarapat Memorial marks the place of Armenia's successful last-ditch effort to save the nation from obliteration at the hands of the Turks in the Battle of Sardarapat on May 22–26, 1918. Against tremendous odds, and during the haunting backdrop of genocide during the previous few years, Armenia's makeshift army rebuffed the Turkish troops and safeguarded the small portion of historic Armenia, what became the current republic as it stands today. On the grounds of the historic battle one can today visit the Sardarapat Ethnography and Liberation Movement History Museum adjacent to the outdoor monument.

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