Martiros Sarian Statue


This marble sculpture by D Yerevantsi honours the painter Martiros Sarian (1880–1972). Around the statue is a vernissage with many imitations of Sarian's work as well as paintings of Mt Ararat, pomegranates and apricots which make for great souvenirs.

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