Sevan (Armenian: Սեւան), is a town and popular resort in Armenia, located in the Gegharkunik Province on the northwestern shores of Lake Sevan. The town is located at a height of more than 1,905 metres (6,250 feet) above sea level, 64 km (40 mi) nor…
Latitude and longitude of Hrazdan
Hrazdan (Armenian: Հրազդան), is a town in Armenia and the capital of the Kotayk Province, located 45 kilometres (28 miles) northeast of the capital Yerevan. The name Hrazdan is derived from the Middle-Persian name Frazdan, related to the Zoroastrian mythology.
Latitude: 40° 29' 50.93" N
Longitude: 44° 45' 58.32" E
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Charentsavan (Armenian: Չարենցավան), is a town located in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It was founded in 1947 as Lusavan, and renamed in 1967 after the poet Yeghishe Charents. According to the 2011 census, the population of Charentsavan is 20,363.
The Tsaghkadzor Ski Resort is located just above the Armenian town of Tsaghkadzor approximately 60 km from Armenia’s capital Yerevan and the Zvartnots Airport.
The Geghama mountains (or Ghegam Ridge (variously transcribed into English as Gegam, Ghegam, Gegham, Ghegham, ISO 9985: Geġam)), Armenian: Գեղամա լեռնաշղթա (Gyeghama lyernashxt'a) are mountains in Armenia. is a tableland-type watershed basin of Seva…
Lchashen (Armenian: Լճաշեն; until 1946 Ordaklu) is a major village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. The settlement dates back to the 3rd millennium BC. It has a 13th-century church, an Urartian Iron Age fortress and a Bronze Age cemetery.
Bjni (Armenian: Բջնի) is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It is situated in a valley between canyon walls and a small river. Throughout Bjni's history, it has remained one of the main centers of education in Armenia. Some manuscripts fro…
Tsovagyugh (Armenian: Ծովագյուղ formerly until 1935, Karatap and Chibukhlu) is a village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. The ruins of a church are in the village, and upon an egg-shaped hill to the northeast are the remains of an Iron Age fo…
The following page lists all power stations in Armenia.
Solak (Armenian: Սոլակ) is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia.Solak is the birthplace of musician Djivan Gasparyan.
Lernanist (Armenian: Լեռնանիստ, also Romanized as Lerrnanist; formerly, Verin Akhta and Verkhnyaya Akhta) is a town in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It is home to the descendants of Armenian settlers from Van who survived the Armenian Genocide.
Hatis (Armenian: Հատիս, formerly known as Kyankyan, is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia.
Gagarin (Armenian: Գագարին) is a village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. It was founded in 1955 and named after the cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. The village belongs to municipality of Sevan.
Arzakan (Armenian: Արզական; Arzakend) is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. The Agveran resort is located in Arzakan. There are the large ruins of the 10th- or 11th-century Neghutsi Vank, located along a ravine to the northwest of the vill…
Alapars (Armenian: Ալափարս, formerly known as Aylaberk, Vartanavan, and Vartanavank) is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia.
Aghavnadzor (Armenian: Աղավնաձոր, also Romanized as Akhavnadzor and Agavnadzor; formerly, Babakishi) is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia.
Zovaber (Armenian: Զովաբեր; formerly, Yaydzhi or Yayji) is a village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. It was founded in 1830 by emigrants from Maku. The village has a church of S.
Varser (Armenian: Վարսեր; until 1946, Chirchir and Chrchr) is a village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia.
Tsaghkunk (Armenian: Ծաղկունք, also Romanized as Tsaghkunk’, and Tsakhkunk, Tsaghkunq, and Tzaghkunk) is a village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. It is situated at the right bank of the Hrazdan River, 40 km north-west from the capital city …