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Mountains of Armenia

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Mountains of Armenia

A view of Mount Aragats.

Armenia a land of rugged mountains and extinct volcanoes, its highest point is Mount Aragats, 13,435 ft (4,095 m).

Contents

  • Mountain ranges 1
  • Prominent peaks 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Mountain ranges

  1. Javakheti mountain range
  2. Armeno-Georgian mountain range
  3. Bazum mountain range, spanning east-west in the Shirak and Lori provinces in Northern Armenia
  4. Pambak mountain range, spanning northwest-southeast in the Lori and Kotayk provinces
  5. Gugarik mountain range
  6. Oskepat mountain range
  7. Murghaz mountain range
  8. Areguni mountain range
  9. Sevan mountain range, east of Lake Sevan along the border with Azerbaijan
  10. Tsaghkuni mountain range
  11. Gegham mountain range
  12. Vardenis mountain range
  13. Vayots Dzor mountain range
  14. Zangezur mountain range, in the southern Armenian province of Syunik
  15. Bargushat mountain range
  16. Meghri mountain range

Prominent peaks

Name Elevation (m) Province
Aragats 4095 Aragatsotn
Arailer 2577 Aragatsotn
Tezh 3101 Triple point of Aragatsotn, Lori, Kotayk
Achkasar 3196 Border of Shirak Province and Lori
Urasar 2992 Border of Shirak Province and Lori
Lalvar 2545 Lori
Chatin 2246 Lori
Teghenis 2851 Kotayk
Murghuz 2993 Tavush
Artanish 2460 Gegharkunik
Kashatagh 2901 Gegharkunik
Koshadagh 3317 Gegharkunik
Azhdahak 3598 Gegharkunik
Spitakasar 3560 Gegharkunik
Geghasar 3443 Gegharkunik
Vardenis 3520 Gegharkunik
Gndasar 2947 Vayots Dzor
Kezelboghaz 3594 Syunik
Metz Ishkhansar 3552 Syunik
Khustup 3214 Syunik
Baghats 3256 Syunik
Kaputjugh 3906 Syunik
Aramazd 3392 Syunik
Urts 2445 Ararat
Ktuts 2300 Ararat
Arteni 2047 Aragatsotn

See also

References

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