Monuments to Armenian Genocide 1915

Tsitsernakabert memorial complex  to the victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915 in Yerevan, Capital of Armenia Republic. There is a eternal fire in the monument. The complex includes a museum dedicated to the Genocide which is rich with thousands of documents and resources.

   
 

Memorial to the victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915 in the yard of St Sarkis church in Tehran, the capital city of Islamic Republic of Iran.

   
 

Memorial to the victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915 in the yard of St. Amenaprkich church (Vank) in Isfahan in  Iran. There is a museum dedicated to the Genocide in the church.

   
 

Statue of Komitas, the Armenian famous composer, standing in the middle of a square in the heart of Paris. It's dedicated to the Armenian Genocide of 1915. Father  Komitas was the one who survived  the massacre of 24th April 1915. he was distraught when he saw, how his compatriots are butchered in Turkey .

   
 

Memorial to the victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915 in The Patriarchate of the Armenian Catholic Church in Beirut, capital city of Lebanon.

   
 

Memorial to the victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915 in Marcelin Wilson Park in Montreal, Canada.

 

   
 

Memorial to the 1,500,000 victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915 at Bicknell Park in Montebello, California, United States.

   
 

Memorial to the victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915 St. Trinity Armenian Catholic Church in Aleppo, Syria.



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