- Sevan, Armenia - Wikipedia
Sevan (Armenian: Սևան), is a town and urban municipal community, as well as one of the most and popular resorts in Armenia, located in the Gegharkunik Province on the northwestern shores of Lake Sevan The town is built at a height of more than 1,925 metres (6,316 feet) above sea level, 65 km (40 mi) northeast of the capital Yerevan, and 35 km (22 mi) north of the provincial centre Gavar
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The entire crew, which included burgeoning angler JoAnne O’Bryant, an offshore-fishing novice, broke into hugs and high-fives The captain of an oil-industry support ship near Sevan Louisiana called to us on the radio, excited to tell us he saw the entire hookup and battle “Was that the man with a pointy nose?” he said
- Ararat - Wikipedia
Il monte Ararat (Ağrı Dağı in turco, Արարատ in armeno: Agirî in curdo, آرارات in persiano) è il più alto monte della Turchia (5 137 m s l m ), si trova nella Turchia orientale sul confine tra la regione dell'Agri e dell'Iğdır, a 22 5 km a nord di Dogubeyazit (o Dogubayazit) (39°40'60 00"N 44°17'60 00"E), nel territorio che storicamente aveva fatto parte dell'Armenia