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    Statue of David of Sasun in Yerevan, Armenia

    David of Sassoun - Bedros Awak

    Mother Armenia, Victory Park, Yerevan, Armenia. Replaced a statue of Stalin that had been erected after victory in WWII.

    Peace Monument, Haghtanak Park (Victory Park), top of Cascade, Yerevan (Armenia). "The park is named Victory Park in commemoration of Soviet Armenia's participation in the second World War. The park is a large forested area with an artificial lake, an amusement park, cafes, the Mayr Hayastan statue and museum, and sweeping views of central Yerevan."

    The New Armenia. Yerevan airport.

    Statue of David of Sassoun, Yerevan, Armenia Photo by Suren Manvelyan The monument of Sasuntsi Davit [David of Sasun] represents the hero of the Armenian national epic -- The Daredevils of Sasun. The impressive statue was sculptured by the outstanding sculptor Ervand Kočar in 1959. The master had made the original statue out of clay in the 1940s, and later based on that model made the copper version that we see today in front of the Central Train Station of Yerevan.

    Armenia - Mesrop Mashtots. This is a statue of Mesrop Mashtots who invented the Armenian alphabet in the 5th Century.

    Yerevan, Armenia

    Yerevan, Armenia

    Museum of Folk Art - Yerevan, Armenia - Metalwork

    building, Yerevan, Armenia

    The Opera House in #Yerevan, Armenia

    old door. Yerevan, Armenia

    Museum of Folk Art - Yerevan, Armenia - Metalwork

    Yerevan, Armenia

    Mother Armenia statue and the Military museum. Location: Victory Park, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia 1950

    Yerevan, Armenia

    Zoravar Church - Yerevan, Armenia - my most favorite church in Yerevan

    #Yerevan Markets, Armenia by Arthur Chapman, via Flickr #Armenia

    Mother Armenia (Mayr Hayastan) Mother Armenia іs the female personification оf Armenia. Her mоst visual rendering іs а monumental statue іn Victory Park overlooking the capital city оf Yerevan, Armenia. The Mother Armenia statue symbolises peace through strength. It can remind viewers of some of the prominent female figures in Armenian history. It also recalls the important status and value attributed to the older female members of an Armenian family.

    Museum of Folk Art - Yerevan, Armenia - Wood Carving