The Sergej Parajanov Museum is a tribute to one of the greatest figures [or auteurs] of 20th-century world cinema.
Comprising some 1,400 exhibits, the museum’s collection includes installations, collages, assemblages, drawings, dolls, and hats. The museum also showcases unpublished screenplays, librettos, and various artworks which Parajanov created while in prison.
Parajanov’s visionary films, such as “The Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors,” “Sayat-Nova,” and “The Legend of Suram Fortress,” earned him international acclaim and led to lifelong persecution by the Soviet regime.
Dzoragiugh Ethnographic Center,
Yerevan, Republic of Armenia,
+374 10 538473
Every day from 10:30 to 17:00