Urtsadzor

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Urtsadzor
Ուրցաձոր
Urtsadzor is located in Armenia
Urtsadzor
Urtsadzor
Coordinates: 39°54′45″N 44°49′03″E / 39.91250°N 44.81750°E / 39.91250; 44.81750
Country Armenia
Province Ararat
Population (2008)
 • Total 3,040

Coordinates: 39°54′45″N 44°49′03″E / 39.91250°N 44.81750°E / 39.91250; 44.81750 Urtsadzor (Armenian: Ուրցաձոր), is a village in the Ararat Province of Armenia, containing the former village of Chimankend.

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The village is located at semi-desert zone in the valley of Vedi River. There are about 15 pairs of White Storks breeding right in the village. Vicinity of the village have 131 species of butterflies and are recognized as Prime Butterfly Area.[1] Also number of bird species are recorded inside the village (e.g. Syrian Woodpecker, Levant Sparrowhawk, etc.) and its outskirts (e.g. Lanner Falcon, Grey-headed Bunting, Isabelline Wheatear, and others).[2]

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