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Sergei Paradjanov Museum

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Karine
Karine
February 19, 2020
A lovely museum in the heart of Yerevan. Here you can enjoy the amazing collection of the Artist Parajanov. Even if you are not a fan of him, still you can enjoy the museum as wonderful place to discover the colors, tradition and lifestyle of Caucasus! After the visit, a stop in the cosy backyard of…
Mané
Mané
February 12, 2020
The colour of pomegranate
Armen
Armen
January 10, 2020
Sergey Paradjanov was the author of several film-masterpieces which brought him world praise: "Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors" (1964), "The Colour of Pomegranates" or "Sayat-Nova" (1969), "The Legend of Suram Fortress" (1985) and "Ashik-Kerib" (1988). Parajanov’s contribution to the art of cinema is…
Gayane
Gayane
November 13, 2019
The Sergei Parajanov Museum is a tribute to Soviet Armenian director and artist Sergei Parajanov and is one of the most popular museums in Yerevan. It represents Parajanov's diverse artistic and literary heritage. :) A 10-minute walk from flat
Shushan
Shushan
June 16, 2017
To know all talent of Sergey Parajanov

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Location
Blds15&16 Dzoragyugh 1st st.
Yerevan
Phone(010) 538473
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Saturday 10:30 AM
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