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If you are ever in Gyumri, you should visit this gallery. If you want to see Armenian culture from a different perspective, then give this museum a try.
You will have mixed emotions since this gallery differs from other art museums of Armenia. Mariam and...More
Bring colours to your day by visiting this amazing gallery. Here you can see a lot of beautiful artworks, clay works, ceramics, painting and etc. gallery is situated in the old building with such a charming wooden balcony!
It is a nice little museum, in the second city of Armenia. Some of the art work is too kitch for my taste; but there were some interesting pieces of art as well. I loved the ceramics. It is probably one of the best activities...More
On a beautiful street in a beautiful building you can experience a beautiful example of female power. Two sisters, equally talented, created great works that any museum would be proud to display (and here you have an entire mansion for them).
Mariam A. was elevated...More
The gallery is set up to showcase the 620 works of Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan, sisters, whose works are fairly easy to comprehend and beautiful to look at. Each sister has her own floor in this enormous building that used to be their home and...More
It is worth 30 - 45 minutes of your time. The house is nicely preserved and some of the paintings are nice. The story of the 2 sisters is somewhat interesting considering the fact that they were 2 woman living in the Soviet Union. You...More
This is an interesting little place near the town square with interesting artwork from the sisters. There are guides who speak English. I didn't have to pay, although you can make donations in the little gift shop area if you want.