Sardarapat is the architectural and sculptural complex located 10 km from Armavir. It was established in 1968 in commemoration of the victory of Armenians over Turkish aggressors in 1918. This structure has no prototypes in Armenian architecture. There the architecture and sculpture are harmoniously combined. The complex is built from red tuff. Especially original is the beautiful 35-m belfry-tomb with massive sculptural winged bulls on both sides.
Sardarapat is a huge well-kept park where the complex is situated. You can get to the memorial wall with the triumphal arch on the alley with the sculptures of eagles symbolizing the fighters' courage. The memorial wall is decorated with a number of beautiful bas-reliefs and high reliefs.
Behind the memorial wall the building of the Ethnographic Museum is located. The museum has large collection of objects from various historical periods and regions of Armenia.