Mount Kaputjugh

Kaputjugh (Armenian: Կապուտջուղ, translit: Kaputjuł, trans: "blue branch"; Azerbaijani: Qapıcıq, trans.: small door, entrance) is a mountain in the Caucasus. It has an elevation of 3,905 metres (12,812 ft) and is on the international border between Armenia and Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, an exclave of Azerbaijan.

Kaputjugh
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Kaputjugh
Highest point
Elevation3,905 m (12,812 ft)
Prominence1,820 m (5,970 ft) [1]
ListingUltra
Coordinates39°09′33″N 46°00′21″E / 39.15917°N 46.00583°E / 39.15917; 46.00583Coordinates: 39°09′33″N 46°00′21″E / 39.15917°N 46.00583°E / 39.15917; 46.00583[1]
Geography
Kaputjugh is located in Armenia
Kaputjugh
Kaputjugh
Location in Armenia (on the border with Azerbaijan)
LocationArmeniaAzerbaijan (Nakhchivan) border
Parent rangeArmenian Highlands

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SourcesEdit

  • "Kapudzhukh Lerr, Armenia/Azerbaijan". Peakbagger.com.
  • "RA SYUNIK MARZ" (PDF). Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in Figures, 2002-2006. National Statistical Service of Armenia. Retrieved 14 July 2011.