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Armenia - download topographic map set

Armenia - download topographic map set Total in map set88 maps of0,4Gb
Updated inJanuary 2015 (added 12 maps)
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Soviet military 1:50 000 (~1980) 9 19Mb Russian 2 €
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Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980) 39 0,1Gb Russian 5 €
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Soviet military 1:200 000 (~1980) 12 82Mb Russian 3 €
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Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1982) 4 43Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1980) 2 10Mb Russian 1 €
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German military 1:1 000 000 (~1942) 2 18Mb German 1 €
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US Joint operational 1:250 000 (~1973) 2 20Mb English 1 €
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US Joint operational 1:250 000 (~1999) 7 43Mb English 2 €
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US military 1:250 000 (~1956) 5 29Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1982) 1 13Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1996) 2 25Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:500 000 (~1995) 3 29Mb English 1 €
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View topographic map k38-102-1 in the area of Shamlug View topographic map k38-101-1 in the area of Dmanisi, Irganchay View topographic map k38-100-2 View topographic map k38-100-1 in the area of Bogdanovka, Gorelovka View topographic map k38-103-1 in the area of Shykhly Vtoryye View topographic map k38-102-2 in the area of Ayrum View topographic map k38-100-4 in the area of Gukasyan View topographic map k38-100-3 View topographic map k38-101-2

Soviet military 1:50 000 (~1980): 9 maps

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View topographic map k38-103 in the area of Kazakh, Akstafa, Dash-salakhly, Poyli, Shykhly Vtoryye View topographic map j38-032 View topographic map k38-101 in the area of Stepanavan, Dmanisi, Irganchay View topographic map k38-112 in the area of Leninakan, Maisyan, Amasiya, Dzhadzhur View topographic map j38-008 in the area of Dzhermuk View topographic map k38-114 in the area of Kirovakan, Dilizhan, Atan, Dzoragyukh, Kolageran View topographic map j38-044 in the area of Dzhul'fa, Dasta View topographic map k38-113 in the area of Spitak, Gyulagarak View topographic map j38-019 in the area of Bash Norashen, Shakhtakhty View topographic map j38-018 in the area of Il'ichevsk View topographic map k38-116 in the area of Tauz, Dzegam-dzhyrdakhan, Ashagy-ayyply, Chradakhly View topographic map j38-031 in the area of Nakhichevan' View topographic map k38-126 in the area of Razdan, Lusavan, Sevan, Gyumush, Megradzor View topographic map k38-100 in the area of Bogdanovka, Gorelovka, Gukasyan View topographic map j38-020 in the area of Azizbekov, Shakhbuz View topographic map j38-005 in the area of Iggdir, Ahura View topographic map k38-139 in the area of Martuni, Tsovinar, Yeranos View topographic map j38-046 in the area of Alajujeh View topographic map j38-045 in the area of Agarak, Ordubad, Megri View topographic map j38-006 in the area of Artashat, Ararat, Vedi View topographic map j38-022 in the area of Lachin, Gadrut, Kubatly View topographic map j38-021 in the area of Goris, Tatev View topographic map j38-007 View topographic map k38-136 in the area of Tuzluca, Aragats, Karakert, Nalbandyan View topographic map k38-127 in the area of Kamo, Dzhil, Krasnoselsk, Norashen View topographic map k38-141 in the area of Kel'badzhar View topographic map j38-034 in the area of Mamedbeyli, Zangelan, Khanlyk, Khodzhakhan View topographic map j38-009 View topographic map k38-102 in the area of Alaverdi, Ayrum, Shamlug, Uzunla View topographic map k38-125 in the area of Aparan, Aragats, Byurakan View topographic map k38-137 in the area of Echmiadzin, Oktemberyan, Ashtarak, Yegvard, Armavir View topographic map k38-138 in the area of Yerevan, Abovyan, Arzni, Garni, Nor Achin View topographic map k38-128 in the area of Bashkend, Kedabek, Slavyanka View topographic map j38-033 in the area of Kafan View topographic map k38-124 in the area of Artik, Maralik, Verin Talin View topographic map k38-115 in the area of Idzhevan, Berd, Gelkend View topographic map j38-043 View topographic map k38-140 in the area of Vardenis, Mets Mazra, Shishkaya View topographic map k38-104

Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980): 39 maps

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View topographic map k38-32 in the area of Kars, Artik, Kagizman, Tuzluca, Kocakoy View topographic map k38-33 in the area of Yerevan, Echmiadzin, Abovyan, Oktemberyan, Razdan View topographic map k38-28 in the area of Idzhevan, Kazakh, Tauz, Akstafa, Dzegam-dzhyrdakhan View topographic map j38-03 in the area of Iggdir, Dogubayazit, Artashat, Vedi, Ararat View topographic map j38-11 in the area of Kafan, Mamedbeyli, Ordubad, Zangelan, Megri View topographic map j38-10 in the area of Nakhichevan', Dzhul'fa, Dasta View topographic map k38-26 in the area of Leninakan, Bogdanovka, Dogruyol, Dzhadzhur, Gorelovka View topographic map k38-27 in the area of Kirovakan, Alaverdi, Spitak, Stepanavan, Dilizhan View topographic map k38-34 in the area of Kamo, Vardenis, Martuni, Norashen, Shishkaya View topographic map k38-35 in the area of Dashkesan, Khanlar, Mardakert, Mir-bashir, Kasum-ismailov View topographic map j38-04 in the area of Azizbekov, Bash Norashen, Dzhermuk View topographic map j38-05 in the area of Stepanakert, Agdam, Goris, Shusha, Lachin

Soviet military 1:200 000 (~1980): 12 maps

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View topographic map k38-3 in the area of Tbilisi, Yerevan, Leninakan, Kirovakan, Echmiadzin View topographic map k38-4 in the area of Kirovabad, Rustavi, Sheki, Mingechaur, Geokchay View topographic map j38-1 in the area of Van, Karakose, Tatvan, Dogubayazit, Artashat View topographic map j38-2 in the area of Nakhichevan', Stepanakert, Agdam, Zhdanovsk, Goris

Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1982): 4 maps

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View topographic map j38 in the area of Van, Stepanakert, Agdam, Karakose, Hakkari View topographic map k38 in the area of Tbilisi, Yerevan, Leninakan, Kirovabad, Nal'chik

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1980): 2 maps

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View topographic map j38 in the area of Van, Stepanakert, Agdam, Karakose, Hakkari View topographic map k38 in the area of Tbilisi, Yerevan, Leninakan, Kirovabad, Nal'chik

German military 1:1 000 000 (~1942): 2 maps

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View topographic map nk38-12 in the area of Kirovabad, Mingechaur, Shamkhor, Geokchay, Yevlakh View topographic map nk38-08 in the area of Tbilisi, Rustavi, Gori, Alaverdi, Telavi

US Joint operational 1:250 000 (~1973): 2 maps

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View topographic map nj38-03 in the area of Kafan, Nakhichevan', Goris, Shakhbuz, Azizbekov View topographic map nj38-04 in the area of Stepanakert, Agdam, Zhdanovsk, Fizuli, Zangelan View topographic map nj38-07 in the area of Ordubad, Agarak, Dzhul'fa, Megri, Tarzam View topographic map nj38-04 in the area of Stepanakert, Agdam, Zhdanovsk, Fizuli, Zangelan View topographic map nj38-07 in the area of Ordubad, Agarak, Dzhul'fa, Megri, Tarzam View topographic map nj38-03 in the area of Kafan, Nakhichevan', Goris, Shakhbuz, Azizbekov View topographic map nj38-04 in the area of Stepanakert, Agdam, Zhdanovsk, Fizuli, Zangelan

US Joint operational 1:250 000 (~1999): 7 maps

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View topographic map nk38-11 in the area of Yerevan, Kirovakan, Abovyan, Echmiadzin, Oktemberyan View topographic map nk38-12 in the area of Kirovabad, Mingechaur, Shamkhor, Geokchay, Yevlakh View topographic map nj38-04 in the area of Stepanakert, Agdam, Zhdanovsk, Fizuli, Zangelan View topographic map nj38-03 in the area of Kafan, Nakhichevan', Goris, Shakhbuz, Azizbekov View topographic map nk38-08 in the area of Tbilisi, Rustavi, Gori, Alaverdi, Telavi

US military 1:250 000 (~1956): 5 maps

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View topographic map f04 in the area of Georgia, Baku, Rostov-na-donu, Yerevan, Tbilisi

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1982): 1 maps

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View topographic map g05 in the area of Tehran, Ashkhabad, Nebit-dag, Ali-bayramly, Agdam View topographic map g04 in the area of Syria, Baghdad, Damascus, Ankara, Aleppo

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1996): 2 maps

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View topographic map g04-b in the area of Diyarbakir, Elazig, Erzurum, Al Hasakah, Batman View topographic map g05-a in the area of Ali-bayramly, Kafan, Stepanakert, Agdam, Fizuli View topographic map f04-c in the area of Baku, Yerevan, Tbilisi, Kirovabad, Makhachkala

US military 1:500 000 (~1995): 3 maps

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Armenia is a state in the south of Transcaucasia bordering with Azerbaijan in the east and southeast, Iran in the south, the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic in the southwest, Turkey in the west and Georgia in the north. The area of Armenia is of 30,000 sq km.

Relief. Armenia occupies the territory of the Armenian Highland. The relief of the country is mainly mountainous, consisting of numerous mountain ridges (about 47% of the territory), intermontane hollows, extinct volcanoes, laval plateaus and flatlands. 90% of the state is situated at 1,000 m above sea level and higher. The highest peak is Mount Aragats (4,090 m).

Mountains. The Armenian Highland is the middle of the three Foreasian Highlands. In the broad sense of the word the Armenian Highland includes the Small Caucasus which creates its northern border, the Eastern (Armenian) Tavr and Kurdish (Kurdistan) Mountains. The area of the Armenian Highland is about 400,000 km2.

Aragats is the massif in the west of the country, the fourth highest in the Armenian Highland and the highest in Armenia.

Agrydag is a mountain range in the central part of the Armenian Highland situated in the west of Turkey, to the south of the Van Lake. The range is 200 km long and up to 3,445 m high.

Bargushat range is a mountain chain in the Armenian Highland situated in the south of Armenia. It is the western branch of the Zangezur range.

Zangezur range is a mountain chain in the Armenian Highland about 130 km long. It stretches meridionally from the intefluve of the Terter and the Arpa rivers (to the north from the Vorotan) to the Araksayua valley. The highest peak is Kapudzukh (3,904 m).

There are also such mountains as Sisakatar (3,827 m), Naapet (3,510 m), Erndjak (3,362 m), Shaaponk (3,204 m), Salavard (3,167 m), Gokhtansar (3,144 m), Airisar (3,125 m).

Rivers. Such Armenian rivers can be singled out as the longest ones: the Araks, the Akhurian, the Vorotan, the Debed, the Hrazdan, the Aghstev, the Masrik, the Arpa, the Nakhichevanchay, the Alinjachay, the Gilianchay, the Terter, the Voghdji, the Megri.

Lakes. The largest lake in Armenia is Sevan, situated at 1,900 m above sea level in an intermontane hollow in the east of the country. Its surface is of 1,240 km2, depth of 83 m.  Cape Artanish (from the east) and Cape Noratus (from the west) jut out into the lake and divide it into Great Sevan and Small Sevan.

Other large Armenian lakes are Arpi, Akna and Sev.

National Parks and Reserves. Sevan National Park is the only in Armenia. It was created in 1978 to protect the homonymous lake and the surrounding areas.

Sightseeing. The capital of the state – Yerevan – is situated in the middle course of the Hrazdan river in the very heart of the Ararat valley. The precincts of the city abound in historical and cultural monuments.

30 km to the northwest of the capital is the city of Ashtarak with the Karmravor church built in the VII century.

On the left bank of the Araks river stands the first capital of Armenia and its most ancient city of Armavir, founded as a castle as long ago as the VIII century B.C.

Gyumri (former Leninakan) is the capital of the Shirak ashkhar and one of the most ancient cities of the country (known from the II century B.C.).

The southeastern parts of the country – Vayots Dzor and Zangezur – are severe and beautiful in their magnificent mountainous landscapes.

Nagorno-Karabakh is a historical region inhabited primarily by ethnic Armenians, which de jure is part of Azerbaijan, but de facto since December 1991 an independent republic under the auspices of Armenia.

In Artzakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) more than 1,700 historical-architectonic monuments are recorded.

Tourism. Armenian resorts Ankavan, Arevik, Arzni, Vanadzor, Djermuk, Dilijan, Tzakhkadzor and others are famous in the whole Transcaucasia for their wonderful landscapes, mineral springs and curative mountain air.

Just 10 km to the north of the capital is the famous spa resort Arzni, famed for its waters of sodium bicarbonate chloride type.

40 km to the north of Yerevan is the well-known mountain resort Tzakhkadzor. It is located in the picturesque valley of the Marmarik river at more than 1,700 m above sea level (1,900-2,100 m). It disposes more than 12 km of alpine skiing tracks.

Climate. The climate of Armenia is of continental, mountain type. Summer is mainly hot and dry; winter, though short, is quite severe. Average temperatures in the foothills are +24°С to +26°С in summer, +5°С in winter. Average temperatures in mountainous regions are +10°С to +22°С in summer, +2°С to -14°С in winter depending on the altitude of the place. Annual precipitation of 200 to 800 mm also depends on the altitude.