Kavchut

Kavchut
Կավճուտ
village
Kavchut
Kavchut
Location in Armenia

Coordinates: 39°12′31″N 46°14′27″E / 39.20861°N 46.24083°E / 39.20861; 46.24083Coordinates: 39°12′31″N 46°14′27″E / 39.20861°N 46.24083°E / 39.20861; 46.24083

Country Province Syunik
community Lernadzor
Elevation 1,378 m (4,521 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 112
GEOnet Names Server

Kavchut (Armenian: Կավճուտ, also Romanized as Kavjut, Kovshut and Ghovshut) is a village in the rural community of Lernadzor in south-eastern Armenia. It is located in Syunik Province. The village's population was 112 at the 2001 census.[1]

Nearby towns and villages include Baharlu (1.2 miles), Verin Giratagh (2.2 miles), Kuchuma (1.3 miles), Nerkin Giratagh (1.6 miles), Lerrnadzor (3.6 miles) and Musallam (1.4 nm).

References

External links

  • Satellite map at Maplandia.com
  • Location on MSN encarta map



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