In Armenia the term ‘public property’ is substituted with ‘state property’. This type of ownership status is mainly assigned to public cultural institutions, such as museums, theaters, and state administrative buildings. 


Sardarapat Memorial Complex, Araks

Rafael Israelyan and Ara Harutyunyan, 1968

Music School after A. Spendiaryan, Yerevan

Rouben Zoubietyan and Van Khachatour,1971

Monument to Mikoyan Brothers, Sanahin

Souren Nazaryan and Sargis Gourzadyan, 1982

Monument to the Victory of Second World War, Yerevan

Souren Nazaryan and Garry Rashidyan, 1985

Sun Clock-Tower, Hrazdan

Unknnown, unknown

Geological Museum, Eghegnadzor

Tamara Kajoyan, 1984

Train Station, Dilijan

R. Azatyan, S. Melqonyan, S. Avetisyan

Town Hall, Dilijan

Seyran Avetisyan, 1976

Town Hall, Vagharshapat

F.Vagharshakyan, M.Mikaelyan, 1968-76

՛Erebuni՛ Museum, Yerevan

Baghdasar Arzumanyan, Shmavon Azatyan, 1968

3rd Government Building, Yerevan

T. Gevorgyan, V. Housyan, 1980