The leading communication operator of Armenia, Viva-Cell MTS has provided 4 cultural objects functioning in the capital with modern information infrastructure. Corners with one-year free Wi-Fi access have been created in Yerevan History Museum, in Modern Art Museum, in Karen Demirchyan house-museum as well as in «Erebuni» historical and archaeological reserve-museum.
The Yerevan History Museum initiates a number of various events dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide among which is the exhibition called “I remember and demand. Rebirth.”. The exhibition which opens on April 16 consists of 3 parts.
Presenting the centuries-old history of Yerevan in a three-storey building wasn’t a simple task, however it isn’t easy to amaze a contemporary person with a number of old photos of the city and the items found during archaeological excavations. What is to be done to create a queue in front of the booking office of a museum, to make visiting museums a part of urban culture? The deputy director of the Yerevan History Museum Gevorg Orbelyan found the simple formula of this difficult question.