Meghradzor

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Coordinates: 40°36′53″N 44°38′59″E / 40.61472°N 44.64972°E / 40.61472; 44.64972

Meghradzor
Մեղրաձոր
The village of Meghradzor.
The village of Meghradzor.
Meghradzor is located in Armenia
Meghradzor
Meghradzor
Coordinates: 40°36′53″N 44°38′59″E / 40.61472°N 44.64972°E / 40.61472; 44.64972
Country Armenia
Province Kotayk
Population (2009)
 • Total 2,884

Meghradzor (Armenian: Մեղրաձոր); formerly known as Taycharukh, is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It has a population of 2,884 (2009 official estimate).

Meghradzor is located on an elevation of 1800 m to the south of the Tsaghkunyats mountains. It is well known for its famous honey. Therefore, the villages is named Meghradzor, meaning the valley of honey.

The nearby village of Gorgoch is included in the community of Meghradzor.

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