|Progression||Metsamor→ Aras→ Kura→ Caspian Sea|
Kasagh (Armenian: Քասաղ) is a river in the west-central region of modern Armenia which flows north to south. It originates near Mount Aragats in Aragatsotn province, flows south into Armavir province and into the Metsamor, which itself is a tributary of the Aras.
Sites along the river
From north to south:
- the town of Aparan
- the Aparan reservoir
- Saghmosavank, an Armenian monastic complex
- Hovhannavank, a 13th-century Armenian monastic complex
- the town of Ashtarak
- the town of Oshakan
- the city of Vagharshapat
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