© Arman karakhanyan

© Arman karakhanyan

The other day, when scrolling down my Facebook news feed, I came across my friend’s profile picture which I found really interesting.

Everyone in the comment box was wondering where this beautiful bronze book sculpture is situated. Turns out it’s on 42/1 Teryan St., Yerevan, right next to National Children’s Library named after Khnko Apor.

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The green sign indicates the sculpture and the pink indicates the library

The reader’s sculpture (I think that’s what’s it’s called) was placed in the scope of Yerevan World Book Capital in 2012, designed by an Armenian artist called Nour “Նուռ”.
Have you spotted this sculpture? What do you think of it?
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