Armenian Highland
Proper noun
  1. A plateau in the north of Western Asia, connecting the Lesser Caucasus with the Taurus Mountains. Total area: about 400,000 km². Average elevation: 1500 to 2000 metres, highest point: Mount Ararat. The area lies mostly in eastern Turkey; also includes the whole of modern Armenia, southern Georgia, western Azerbaijan, northwestern Iran, Nakhichevan and Nagorno-Karabakh.
  • Armenian Plateau
  • Armenian Upland
  • French: haut-plateau arménien
  • German: Armenisches Hochland
  • Portuguese: Planalto Armênio
  • Russian: Армя́нское наго́рье
  • Spanish: Altiplano Armenio

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