ⓘ Azhdahak

                                     

ⓘ Azhdahak

Azhdahak is a volcano in Armenia, the highest point of Gegham mountains. It has an elevation of 3.597 m above sea. It is part of the Ghegam Ridge volcanic field, which last erupted at 1900 BC ± 1000 years.

There is a lake in the crater of volcano Azhdahak that is formed from melting snow. From the top of the mountain opens the pictorial landscape of mountains Ararat, Hatis, Ara, Aragats, Lake Sevan, the whole Gegham mountains and the Kotayk valley.

In the surroundings of Azhdahak there is a lake, Akna Armenian: Ակնալիճ Aknalich, of volcanic of origin." The DCA” means "spring water" in Armenian.