Lori Berd

Lori Berd is a village in the of , just east of . It is the site of the medieval fortress "Lori Berd" located on a peninsula along the deep gorge cut by the Dzoraget and Tashir rivers.

Notable Places in the Area

is an 11th-century Armenian fortress located near the Lori Berd village in , . Photo: Камалян001, CC0.

is situated 2½ km west of Lori Berd. Photo: Griqor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is situated 3½ km south of Lori Berd. Photo: Beko, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is situated 3 km southeast of Lori Berd. Photo: Griqor, CC BY 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is a city in . It's famous mainly because of the ruins of the walled city of Lori located nearby. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Urut is a town in the of . is situated 6 km north of Lori Berd.

is a village in the of . is situated 8 km northwest of Lori Berd.

Lori Berd

41.0129° or 41° 0' 46.3" north
44.4134° or 44° 24' 48.3" east
Open Location Code
1,384 metres (4,541 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 2629461594
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Armenian: Lorri Berd
  • Armenian: Լոռի
  • Armenian: Լոռի Բերդ
  • Armenian: Լոռի բերդ
  • Azerbaijani: Loru Berd
  • Chechen: Лори Берд
  • Chinese: Lorri Berd
  • Dutch: Lori Berd
  • English: Lori
  • French: Lorri Berd
  • Georgian: ლორე-ბერდი
  • Greek: Λορί Μπερντ
  • Italian: Lori Berd
  • Malay (generic): Lori Berd
  • Min Nan Chinese: Lorri Berd
  • Persian: لوری برد، لوری
  • Polish: Lori
  • Polish: Lorri Berd
  • Russian: Лори
  • Vietnamese: Lori Berd

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