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Dendropark -The StepanavanDendropark (also called Sojut) is an arboretum located near Gyulagarak village, Armenia's Lori province (about 85 km north of Yerevan). It was established in 1931 by Polish engineer-forester EdmonLeonovich. The arboretum is 35 ha in total of which 17.5 ha consist of natural forest and 15 ha of ornamental trees.This collection expanded along the newly constructed footpaths and vistas which began to reach into the natural forest and is thought to be the first place in the Transcaucasus, where a natural forest landscape had been reshaped into a Forest Park. Therearenowmorethan 500 introducedspecies.

Jermuk waterfall -located in the VayotsDzor, in the eponymous town of Jermuk (famouse with hot-springs and an impressive canyon). The waterfall has 72 m. height and spilling slant into Arpa River reminds girl's hair.

Lake Kari -is located on Aragatz mountain. Its altitude is 3207m, surface area 0,12 sq. km., depth 9m.It was formed from ice deposits. The lake mostly is surrounded by snow and its water is quite cool.

Lake Sevan -is the largest body of water in Armenia and the Caucasus region. It is one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in Eurasia. The lake is situated in the central part of Armenia, in the Gegharkunik Province, at the altitude of 1,900 m (6,200 ft) above sea level. The total surface area of its basin is about 5,000 km2 (1,900 sq mi), which makes up 1?6 of Armenia's territory.

Magil cave -is one of the largest caves in Armenia; its mapped area is 1.7km deep but there are many offshoots that have not been entirely explored. Because of its depth, the cave maintains a constant temperature of 14 degrees centigrade (58 degrees Fahrenheit). The main passageway varies from an area just large enough for a person to crawl through to a spacious chamber 10-15 meters in width. There are a few stalactites and stalagmites.Magil has a unique underground eco-system, home to thousands of bats. The cavern has since been closed off and locked and can only be entered with professional guides.

Mozrov cave -is located to the right from the road leading to Mozrov village. The cave was found during road construction works. Its depth is more than 300m. There are stalactites and stalagmites everywhere in the huge rooms of the cave.

Petroglphys -In Geghama mountains on the slopes of Aragatz and Ukhtasar were found many rock carvings, the oldest of which were about 9000 years old. The main theme of the pictures are animals, that lived in those areas, on some of them there are figures of humans. On the others some scenes of human's everyday life can be seen, hunting, fishing, battles, rituals and so on. Some show the symbols of worship of ancient times.

Shaki waterfall -To the north-west from Sisian, on Vortan River inflow, in the canyon is located Shaki waterfall. Height - 18m.It's the biggest waterfall of Armenia.