We begin to explore Yerevan from its sources. Erebuni is an ancient Urartian fortress palace built by King Argishti I in 782 BC; it was located on the Arin Berd hill, near modern Yerevan in Armenia. The proof that Yerevan is more than 2,800 years old can be found here. Matenadaran is a museum of Armenian manuscripts, the largest museum of its kind in the world. It is one of the most precious treasures of the Armenian culture. Armenians have always been in awe of their books and their language. So it is quite normal that books with covers made of gold and precious stones are stored in the Matenadaran. Inside you can still find about 13 thousand manuscripts, the oldest of which dates back to the 5th century. The current identity of the Armenians was largely formed as a result of the Genocide in 1915. In May 2014, Forbes magazine included the Armenian Genocide Museum in the list of 9 memorial museums that everyone should visit. In the Museum you can learn everything about the events that led to the Genocide, about the Genocide itself and the reaction of the world, including the famous words of Hitler “Who remembers the Armenians now”"