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Yerevan Artists

A heart of Armenia has a history that goes back when some countries even weren’t formed or exist. But year by year this city becomes younger and younger. Once you visited here, you will always want to come back. Though the city is not as big as Moscow it still has anything that all big capitals have. Yerevan is a home to many old buildings as well as modern, restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, museums, theatres and more than 40 parks that decorates the sunny city. Parks are situated in every part of the city where you can enjoy the green view and relax just sitting on the grass, even doing picnics with your friends.

If we start from the center, the first is situated in the French square, on the opposite street of Opera and Ballet House. The park was named after great Armenian painter Martiros Saryan. He is one of the greatest painters of all the time and as the locals call him, the Master of colors. Right in the center of the park is standing the big marble statue of Saryan in a circle designed by the nice flowers. The statue has 6m height, in the left center of it is the autograph of Saryan. The memorial's(1986) sculptor is Levon Tokmajyan, the architect is Arthur Tarkhanyan.

https://armeniadiscovery.com/en/articles/saryans-park

photo: Zeiss Loxia 21mm
original size 29000x14500
www.abagontheroad.com

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Taken: 11/08/2018
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Updated: 14/02/2019
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Tags: art; art gallery; exterior; exhibition; artist; tree; park; painting; exposition; travel; people
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