I stood on this mount and looked out over the plains toward Mt. Ararat, imagining the people of Noah as they plotted out life ahead of them. This place just seems to send your imagination back to those times and places. Don't miss this wonder. You'll be glad you went.
While you are in Armenia, you shouldn't miss this fortress, it is located on the top of a hill with a good view on the city. Erebuni itself is urartian. It's not so far away from the city Center, either book a tour with a guide or take a taxi. It's worth to book a tour because the history of... 更多
This is where Yerevan was founded in the 7th century BC. In the fortress museum, there's a cuneiform stele announcing the founding with a translation. You can wander around the site. As ruins go, I've seen better, but it's a pleasant site.
This is an interesting site but you need to be able to imagine what it used to be like. The museum is small with poor labelling, but that seems to be standard here. However it gives a bit of an idea about what the fortress used to be like. The fortress is large with good views over Yerevan. Some of... 更多
We paid for a guide, so we learned things we wouldn't have otherwise; it was worth it. This is a fairly small museum, where they have highlighted a few objects that directly relate to Erebuni. The guide mentioned a few times that other objects were displayed at the National History Museum, which is much larger. For the price, I thought... 更多
For a country that prides itself for being an "Open Air Museum", it is disappointing to see this fortress in such poor condition. Most of the treasures in the western culture that dates only a few hundred years are well preserved and presented to visitors whereas this fortress and its museum looked like ruins that needed reconstruction. The museum didn't... 更多
well I always like to visit museum but I like the history ones the best and this one is ok but its the old site that stands out. from where I am staying it was very easy to get to, the number 68 mini bus dropped me across the road. as museum goes there is not a lot to see... 更多
The amazing part of Erebuni is that serious interventions from the authorities were enough to let the tourist imagine the huge city built by Assyrians thousands of years ago. To enter the museum you should pay 1000 AMD, also they offer you a booklet (guide) for 2500 AMD. This guide is so useful because all items inside the museum are... 更多