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One of Armenia's least known and interesting attractions are the petroglyphs on top of Ughtasar Mountain. Aside from the natural beauty of the mountaintop valley, the views and the small lake, there is an abundance of ancient petroglyphs aged between 4 to 7 thousand years old. Unfortunately, this is one of the most difficult places to reach in Armenia, with a solid 4x4 needed and with no real roads leading up to it, compounded by a short visiting season. (more...)
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