Erebouni Museum



The Erebuni museum (in Armenian: ‘) or museum-historical and archeological reserve Erebuni (‘) is an archaeological museum located near the Urartian fortress of Erebuni in Yerevan, the Armenian capital. It presents the objects found during the excavations of the site as well as those carried out at the Urartean fortress of Teishebani and on the site of Chengavit (where the museum has antennas).

Established in 1968 for the 2750 anniversary of Yerevan, the museum building, designed by architects Baghdasar Arzoumanian and Shmavon Azatian and sculptor A. Harutiunian, houses 12235 objects. In 2009, 17,200 people visited it.

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