The singing fountains in the Republic square are beautiful! The space is huge and spacious.
Yerevan Republic Square existed as early as the beginning of the 20th century, and was later included in the 1924 master plan, called Lenin Square. The designer Alexander Tamanian (Alexander Tamanian) added many traditional Armenian elements to the design. After the completion of the works in the 1940s and 50s, it became one of the most exquisite landscapes in the Soviet Union, compared to any large city in the world. The square is not inferior here.
The surrounding area of Republic Square includes the History Museum, Opera House, Armenian Government Office and various restaurants and hotels. The building is constructed of tuff in red and yellow tones, and the official official celebrations of Armenia are held here. Coming here at night is brightly lit, reflecting on the classical buildings around the square, very majestic and magnificent. , Coupled with the musical fountain every night, people have to come here to check in before they have been to Yerevan.
In addition, if you want to travel to other places in Armenia, you can find it here. There are many cars parked at the entrance of the History Museum. There are many well-known attractions in Armenia. You can talk to the driver and negotiate the price.
Republic Square was once called Lenin Square in the Soviet Union. It is said that under the square is a large bunker that can prevent nuclear radiation and protect important leaders during the Cold War. Yerevan (Armenian: Երևան, transliteration: Yerevan) is the capital of the Republic of Armenia in West Asia. In the West, there are many names such as Erivan, Erebuni, Ereun, and Yerevan. Common names include "Erewan", "Ayrivan", "Erevan" and so on.
Hraparak is the central town square in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It consists of two sections: an oval roundabout and a trapezoid-shaped section which contains a pool with musical fountains. The square is surrounded by five major buildings built in pink and yellow tuffin the neoclassical style with extensive use of Armenian motifs.This architectural ensemble includes the Government House, the History Museum and the National Gallery, Armenia Marriott Hotel and the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Transport and Communications. The square was originally designed by Alexander Tamanian in 1924.The construction of most of the buildings was completed by the 1950s; the last building—the National Gallery—was completed in 1977.
Walk for about half an hour to reach Republic Square. This is the center of Yerevan. It covers a large area. The original name of the square is Lenin Square. The statue of Lenin in the west of the center was removed at the end of the 20th century. History has changed over the years, and the interpretation of history here seems a bit unbelievable. In our childhood, a great country and a great leader have been drowned in the vastness as history progresses. Around the square are government office buildings, museum buildings, and the Marriott high-end hotel building that has closed. At a bank counter near Republic Square, they exchanged 100 U.S. dollars in Armenian currency and got 48,300 AMD Armenian drams. Came to Republic Square again and watched the night view here. The lights are even brighter here, and the surrounding landmark buildings are lit by decorative lights. The fountain in front of the museum is also spraying water. Many cars are parked on the square to solicit business. The cars are covered with pictures of tourist attractions. In Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, the first attraction we visited was Republic Square, and today's night view of Republic Square was our final farewell.