The National Museum of Armenian Ethnography and History

The National Museum of Armenian Ethnography and History of the Liberation Struggle was built in 1968 (opened in 1978, Architects: Rafael Israeliyan, Ara Harutyunyan., Arsham Shahinyan, and Samvel Manasyan ) to mark the victory over Turkey in the Battle of Sardarapad in 1918, which led to the first independent Republic of Armenia in 1918.

The largest ethnographic museum of Armenia has more than 73 thousand subjects that tell about the life and culture of the inhabitants of the Armenian Highland, from the Stone Age to the present day.

by Armenians And Armenia

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