Lakes of Armenia

There are more than 1,200 large and small lakes in the Armenian Upland. Since ancient times, Armenia has been known for its diverse healing mineral waters, hot springs and acidic waters.

The territory of Armenian Highlands includes such lakes as Azar, Azatan, Aygr (Metsamor), Aylakh, Akna, Antak, Apreyi, Ardenis, Arpi, Archak (Turkish: Erçek), Bazmalichk, Balik, Bardzruni, Berdalich (Khalash), Van, Verin Martiros,

Vishapi, Gazana, Gosh, Dzoban, Zardov, Kapuyt, Kaputan (Gogi), Kari, Karmir Lessing, Lusnalich, Nazik, Nemrut, Nerkin Martiros, Parvana, Parz, Sagheri, Sevaberd, Sev, Sevan, Srbalich, Stepanavan, Tabatskuri, Takavory, Urmia, Khach, Khozapin, Tsakhkari, Tsakhkunyats (Nanayi), Tsovak Hyusis, Tsover, Ettik and etc.

• Aygr
• Akna in the crater of Lchayn volcano
• Apreyi
• Arpi
• Archak
• Bardzruni
• A nameless lake, Mount Aragats
• Big Al (Alakol), Vardenis mountain range
• Van
• Gomk
• Gosh
• Mirror, Artavan
• Kaputan (Gogi)
• Qaragel
• Qari
• Karmir near the Azhdahak mountain
• Lessing, Mount Aragats
• Martiros
• Nazik
• Nemrut
• Ors
• Parvana
• Parz
Piruz
• Sev (Black) Lake
• Sevan
• Stepanavan
• Tortum
• Urmia, a dying lake
• Khozapin
• Hyusisayin-Northern
• Tsover
• Ettik


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