Difference between revisions of "Yerablur"

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[[Image:Yerablur.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Monument.]][[Image:Yerablur_Church.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Small church.]][[Image:Yerablur_and_Ararat.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Mount Ararat.]][[Image:Yerablur_Stones.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Soldiers graves.]]
 
[[Image:Yerablur.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Monument.]][[Image:Yerablur_Church.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Small church.]][[Image:Yerablur_and_Ararat.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Mount Ararat.]][[Image:Yerablur_Stones.jpg|thumb|400px|center|Soldiers graves.]]
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Latest revision as of 00:41, 14 January 2007

Yerablur (Armenian: Եռաբլուր) is the military cemetery located on the outskirts of Yerevan.

It is home to countless graves of heroic soldiers and freedom fighters, including Vasgen Sarkissian, Andranik Ozanian, Monte Melkonian, Gurgen Margarian, members of the Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia, and many more.

Monument.
Small church.
Mount Ararat.
Soldiers graves.