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 A Moldavian tale about a shepherd Andriesh who receives a gift of a magic flute which helps him in his journey to the castle of the evil sorcerer whom Andriesh must defeat.

 Parajanov's 76 minute black and white feature also known as "The Little Flower of the Stone" and "Tsvetok na Kamne".

 The film was banned during the filming. Approximately 10 - 14 minutes survive. Color. Also known as: "Kiev Frescos", "Kievski Freski", "Kyivski Freski".

 Sergei Paradjanov's film about 2 lovers separated during World War II.

 Color musical comedy also known as "The Top Guy" and "Pervyy Paren".

 Black and white film, was produced at the Dovzhenko Film Studio in Kiev, Ukraine.

 35 minute color documentary about the Ukrainian folk art.

Sergei Parajanov's 35 minute black and white documentary film portrays the Ukrainian actress Nataliia Uzhvii. 

 "Shadows of Our Forgotten Ancestors" - Sergei Parajanov's Ukrainian masterpiece

 Documentary on Armenian painter Hakob Hovnatanian.

 One of the greatest masterpieces of the 20th century, Sergei Parajanov's "Color of the Pomegranate"

 Based on an ancient legend, this dazzling film by visionary director Sergei Paradjanov


Documentary about the work of the Georgian painter Niko Pirosmani.

 "Ashik-Kerib" (1988) is based on an Azeri love story, a fairy tale by Sergei Paradjanov's favourite Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov.

Guided Tours

In Armenian Language 2000 drams

In Russian, English and French Languages 4000 drams

  • Yerevan, Dzoragiugh Ethnographic centre, bld. 15, 16

  • Get to the museum from the side of Paronyan 15 building.

  • +374 10 538 473, +374 10 539 224

  • From Monday till Sunday (every day)

    Working days
  • 10:30 - 17:00

    Working hours
  • Entrance Ticket -1000 drams