Lake Kari

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Lake Kari
Քարի լիճ
Kari Lake.jpg
Location near Mount Aragats, Armenia
Coordinates 40°28′24.78″N 44°10′51.92″E / 40.4735500°N 44.1810889°E / 40.4735500; 44.1810889Coordinates: 40°28′24.78″N 44°10′51.92″E / 40.4735500°N 44.1810889°E / 40.4735500; 44.1810889
Basin countries Armenia
Surface area 0.3 km2 (0.12 sq mi)
Water volume 357 km3 (86 cu mi)
Surface elevation 3,190 m (10,470 ft)

Lake Kari (Lake Qari, Armenian: Քարի լիճ) is a lake in Armenia located in the slopes of Mount Aragats mostly formed by ice and snow. It is located 3,190 m above the sea level and has a perimeter of 1,150 m. From Byurakan village an asphalted automobile road stretches towards the source of Arkashen River, the lake Kari, located on a plateau below the peaks. On the eastern side of the lake there is a meteorological station.

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