Museum of Fallen Soldiers
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Museum of Missing Soldiers
Artsakh State Museum
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Museum of Fallen Soldiers information
Lonely Planet review
This stunning museum honours those men who died in battle during the 1990–94 war with Azerbaijan. The walls are lined with photographs of soldiers killed in action and there are displays of weaponry and other memorabilia. The entrance to the museum is in the back of a white building that stands on Vazgen Sarksyan Poghots. The door is slightly hidden by trees but the cannons and other military hardware outside act as a landmark. On the north side of the same courtyard (behind a pink building) is the Museum of Missing Soldiers , which is similar to the Fallen Soldiers museum, but just one room instead of three.