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Museum of Russian Art, Yerevan
(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Museum of Russian Art houses a collection of 19th- and 20th-century artworks that include colorful landscape paintings and costumes and scenic designs for ballet, opera, theater, and circus. The museum was founded in 1984 on the initiative of renowned Moscow physician Aram Abrahamian, who donated 200 works by over 120 Russian artists to the city--thus earning a memorial hall in the building. Take a guided tour to learn more about the works and the wider social context they emerged from--namely industrial revolution and social changes that preceded the October Revolution. Using our online itinerary creator, Yerevan attractions like Museum of Russian Art can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Amazing collection of Russian artists of the early 20th century. Rich in its diversity, nerastiražirovannye publications, pictures in amazingly good condition (especially compared to the similar collection of the National Gallery). 2 floors, effortless when inspecting, very friendly staff. An unexpected bonus for me was the small but very interesting collection of Russian porcelain of the same time (and the end of the 19th century)-statues, created by exhibited artists. Went from there, "enlightened", a very nice, intelligent and interesting place!
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  • Wonderful bright collection, collected by a private collector, the unexpected discovery for me-just randomly went strolling cascade. Very good impression from the Vrubel, Kustodiev, Rerikh, Serov and others. The Museum is a small, cosy, bright. Ticket in the equivalent of only 1 dollar, and pleasure-priceless.
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  • Could not and think that here in Yerevan there is so many exhibits, so interesting. Their course is not so much in comparison with Russian museums but collected favorites.
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