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Armenian Genocide Memorial

Each year on April 24 thousands of Armenians gather in Tsitsernakaberd to visit the Genocide Memorial and lay a flower there in commemoration of all the Armenian victims. There's also the Armenian Genocide Museum on the site. Thousands visit the site each year to respect the victims.

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April 24, every year at Tsitsernakabert Line extends to pay respect
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Hanged Armenians in public Armenian orphans to Greece, Syria
Hanged Armenians In 1922-23 Near East Relief evacuated 22,000 children from ophanages in interior Turkey to Syria and Greece
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The construction of the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial began in 1966. It’s widely accepted that the construction started in response to the 1965 demonstrations, which in broader sense were a 24-hour protest held in Yerevan, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The memorial was built with Moscow’s permission.

In April 1965 a national competition for the best memorial project was announced. The announcement read, “The Memorial should depict the life of the Armenian people, their rebirth, ceaseless readiness of moving on, their present, and bright future with the commemoration of millions of 1915 Armenian Genocide victims.” The memorial was designed by architects Arthur Tarkhanyan, Sashur Qalashyan and artist Van Khachatur. Nevertheless, the current design of the memorial is far different from the ones the group had initially suggested.

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