|Size||44 hectares (110 acres)|
|No. of graves||741|
Yerablur (Armenian: Եռաբլուր) is a military cemetery located on a hilltop in the outskirts of Yerevan, Armenia. Since 1988, Yerablur has become the burial place of Armenian soldiers who lost their lives during the Nagorno-Karabakh war.
There are 741 burials at the Yerablur Pantheon.
Many famous Armenian heroes are buried in this military cemetery, including:
- Vardan Stepanyan (1992)
- Monte Melkonian (1993)
- Garo Kahkejian (1993)
- Shahen Meghrian (1993)
- Sose Mayrig (died in 1952, reburied at Yerablur in 1998)
- Vazgen Sargsyan (1999)
- Andranik (died in 1927, reburied at Yerablur in 2000)
- Gurgen Margaryan (2004)
- Sebouh Nersesian (died in 1940, reburied at Yerablur in 2014)
- Gourgen Yanikian (died in 1984, reburied in 2019)
All memorials from Yerablur military cemetery are available for viewing on hush.am genealogical website.
Holy Martyrs Vartanants Church of Yerablur
- There are about 741 graves at the Yerablur Pantheon
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