The preparatory work of the joint exhibition “Armenia and Iran: Memory of the Land” The preparatory work of the joint exhibition ARMENIA AND IRAN: MEMORY OF THE LAND, opening on October 17, 2017, identification and classification of the specimens are being carried out at full speed. Our Iranian colleagues must be highly praised for their efforts, devotion and highly professional skills. Artashes Tumanyan, the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia in the Islamic [...]

Photographs from the process of  identifying  and registering the condition of a Ritual Jar from Sanahin at the National Museum of Iran One hundred objects from the collections of the History Museum of  Armenia  will be  presented at the joint exhibition ARMENIA AND IRAN: MEMORY OF THE LAND,  opening  at the National Museum of Iran on October 17, 2017.  On October 3,   all the objects arrived in Tehran, accompanied by  Manvel Ghalachyan and Artur Simonyan from the staff of the  History Museum  o [...]

On July 6, at 15:00 – 16:30 A special guided visit will take place at the History Museum of Armenia. on the topic “The State Symbols of the Republic of Armenia”. Speaker: Seda Galstyan Entrance fee: a Museum ticket.

The History Museum of Armenia is taking part in the exhibition  at the Vittoriano Complex in Rome commemorating the centenary of the Armenian Genocide  (March 5 – May 3, 2015) According to the Agreement signed between the Ministry of Culture of Armenia and Comunicare Organizzando, an exhibition entitled “Armenia, the people of the Ark” devoted to Armenian art and Armenian-Italian connections and commemorating the centenary of the Armenian Genocide will open at the Vittoriano Complex in Rome on M [...]

The History Museum Of Armenian Presents New Permanent Exhibition  entitled THE CULTURE OF SHENGAVIT (second half of the 4th mill. BC – first half of the 3rd mill. BC). In the second half of the 4th millennium BC, the culture of the Early Bronze Age, also known as Shengavit or Kuro-Arax cultures, took shape in Armenia.   It embraced an enormous territory, including the Armenian Highland and adjacent regions.  The most important centre of this culture was the Valley of Ararat. More than six hundre [...]