Mount Aragats, a 13,435 ft mountain peak in northwestern Armenia, is located to the northwest of Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan and north of the Ararat Plain. There is no doubt that it is the highest mountain in Armenia, which places it on the World Country High Points peak list. Aragats is a large circular andesitic-to-dacitic stratovolcano that consists of both lava and tufa. The crater of the volcano has turned into a cirque of a glacier, and contains some other small glaciers as well. Several striking photographs of Aragats Glaciers are shared below.
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