Monument to the Battle of Bash-Aparan

It was designed by the architect Rafael Israelyan, completed in 1979 and it is located in Aparan, Armenia.

The monument memorializes the Battle of Bash-Aparan, which took place between 21st and 29th May 1918 and was one of three decisive Armenian victories during World War I that halted the Ottoman/Turkish invasion of Eastern Armenia.

The Armenian victories at Bash Abaran, Sardarabad and Karakilisa, were instrumental in allowing the formation of the short-lived First Republic of Armenia.


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