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The main and central square of Yerevan. The square was designed by architect Alexander Tamanian in 1924. The oval shaped square has a stone pattern in the center, meant to look like a traditional Armenian rug. The dancing and singing water fountains are located at the northeastern forehead of the square in front of the National Gallery. The Republic Square is the place where ceremonies and meetings are held with the most notable one is the yearly military show of the Independence Day.
The Singing Fountains
From early spring to late autumn each evening there is a fountain and light show in front of the Art Gallery at the Republic square. The program includes some classical favorites, as well as contemporary Jazz, Rock and Pop (US or Russian). Usually it spans from 9pm to 11pm.
The National Art Gallery
Located at Republic Square in the same building as the National History Museum. Features several floors full of mostly paintings, organized by their country of origin. The Armenian collection is the best and of very high quality, the Russian collection features Kandinsky, Serov, Chagall, and art lovers will enjoy the European collection as well.
A short pedestrian avenue in Yerevan, Armenia, opened in 2007. It is located in the central links the Abovyan Street with the Freedom Square on Tumanyan street. It has a length of 450 meters and a width of 27 meters. The avenue is mainly home to luxurious residential buildings, elite brand shops, business centers, coffee shops, restaurants and night clubs.