Ijevan (Armenian: Իջևան; formerly Karavansara) is a city in Armenia and the administrative centre of Tavush Province. It is located in the northern part of the region, on the foot of Ijevan ridge and Nal'teket ridge on both banks of Aghstev River. T…
Latitude and longitude of Ijevan
Ijevan (Armenian: Իջևան), is a town in Armenia and the administrative centre of the Tavush Province. It is located in the northern part of the region, on the foot of Ijevan ridge and Nalteket ridge on both banks of Aghstev River.
Latitude: 40° 52' 43.57" N
Longitude: 45° 08' 54.64" E
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Yuxarı Əskipara (also Okari-Eskipara, Yukhary Askipara; Armenian: Վերին Ոսկեպար Verin Voskepar – all meaning "Upper Askipara") is a destroyed village within the Tavush Marz of Armenia. It is an exclave of the Qazakh Rayon of Azerbaijan. The exclave …
Voskepar (Armenian: Ոսկեպար; formerly, Aksibara and Akhsibara) is a village in the northeastern Tavush Province of Armenia, 163 kilometres (101 mi) north of Yerevan. It neighbors Yuxarı Əskipara village (Verin Voskepar in Armenian), an Armenian-cont…
Sofulu is a village in the Qazakh Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has been occupied by Armenia since 1992.
Gosh (Armenian: Գոշ) is a village located in the Tavush Province of Armenia. It is named after Mkhitar Gosh who took part in the re-building of the older monastery of Nor Ghetik during the 12th-13th centuries, which had been destroyed by an earthqua…
Aşağı Əskipara (also, Ashagy Aksinara, Ashagy Askipara, Ashagy Eskipara, Нижняя Аскипара ("Nizhnyaya Askepara", Russian), Ներքին Ոսկեպար ("Nerkin Voskepar", Armenian) – all meaning "Lower Askipara") is a destroyed village in the Qazakh Rayon of Azer…
Mount Goyazan (Azerbaijani: Göyəzən dağı) is a mountain in the northwestern Qazakh District of Azerbaijan. It is located in the vicinity of the villages Abbasbeyli and Alpout, and rises 857.9 metres above sea level.
Kirants (Armenian: Կիրանց; until 1967, Getashen) is a town in the Tavush Province of Armenia.
Aygehovit (Armenian: Այգեհովիտ, also Romanized as Aygeovit) is a town in the Tavush province of Armenia.
Antaramej (Armenian: Անտառամեջ - meaning In the Woods, also Romanized as Antarramej and Antaramech; until recently, Meshakend, until 1978, Yanighpaya and Yanykhpaya) is a small village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia.
Achajur (Armenian: Աչաջուր, also Romanized as Ačajur, Achadjur, and Achadzhur; formerly, Achasu) is a village in the Tavush province of Armenia.
Yenokavan (Armenian: Ենոքավան); known as Krdevan until 1935, is a village and summer resort in the Tavush Province of Armenia.
Vazashen (Armenian: Վազաշեն) is a town in the Tavush Province of Armenia. It is the site of ancient Xałxał (Armenian: Խաղխաղ), where Saint Vardan won his first military victory. Until recently, it was known as Lala Geł (Armenian: Լալա գեղ), then Lal…
Varagavan (Armenian: Վարագավան) is a town in the Tavush Province of Armenia.
Sevkar (Armenian: Սևքար), is a village in the Tavush Province of Armenia and the birthplace of the Armenian revolutionary leader Sevkaretsi Sako. The meaning of the name in Armenian is "Black Stone."
Navur (Armenian: Նավուր) is a village located in the Tavush Province of Armenia.
Khachardzan (Armenian: Խաչարձան, also Romanized as Khach’ardzan) is a town in the Tavush Province of Armenia. The town's prior name reflects the presence of Ayrums.
Hovk (Armenian: Հովք, also Romanized as Hovk’ and Hovq is a town in the Tavush Province of Armenia.