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Garegin Nzhdeh Square


Garegin Nzhdeh Square

Garegin Nzhdeh Square
Native name
Armenian: Գարեգին Նժդեհի Հրապարակ
Garegin Nzhdeh Square
Location Shengavit district
Yerevan, Armenia
Area 17,500 m²
Built opened on 30 April 1959
Architectural style(s) mix of Armenian and neoclassical
Governing body Yerevan City Council

Garegin Nzhdeh Square (Armenian: Գարեգին Նժդեհի Հրապարակ Garegin Nzhdehi hraparak), formerly Souren Spandaryan Square (Armenian: Սուրեն Սպանդարյանի հրապարակ Souren Spandaryani hraparak), is the 2nd largest square in the city of Yerevan, Armenia. It is located in the Shengavit district, to the south of the city centre. The square is intersected by the following streets: Garegin Nzhdeh, Manandian, Yeghbayrutian and Bagratuniats. The square was officially opened on 30 April 1959.

The statue of the Bolshevik leader Suren Spandaryan is erected in the square since 1990. The square was renamed after the Armenian National Hero Garegin Nzhdeh on 25 May 1991.[1]

The metro station of Garegin Nzhdeh Square and the "Metro Theatre" hall are located underground the square.[2]


  1. ^ Nzhdeh and Spandaryan
  2. ^ Subway

External links

  • Live cam at Garegin Nezhdeh Square

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