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The mountain of Ararat became increasingly popular thanks to the legend of the Noah’s Ark. It seems there must be thousands of tourists and pilgrims all the year round in the Armenian Highlands. Actually, it used to be until the recent times but since 2016 Ararat was announced as a restricted military zone. Climbing to Ararat The mountain Ararat consists of two peaks - the Great Ararat (5137 meters) and Little Ararat (3925 meters). The Saint Iakov Glacier covers both summits all the year round. Luckily this extinct stratovolcano is accessible for people without climbing background. As a result, it is one of the top tourist destinations worldwide. The notice about the Holy Mountain in the Bible made it a...

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