Armenia belongs to Asia. The Republic of Armenia, commonly known as Armenia, is a republic located in the Transcaucasia region at the junction of Asia and Europe. It is located between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. The capital, Yerevan, has a total land area of 29800 square kilometers.
Armenia is mountainous, and 90% of the territory is above 1000 meters above sea level. In the north is the little Caucasus mountains, and the highest point in the territory is the aragatz mountain on the northwest highland, with an altitude of 4090 meters. There is Sevan depression in the East. The Sevan Lake in the depression covers an area of 1360 square kilometers, which is the largest lake in Armenia.
The main river is araks river. The great Ararat plain in the southwest is divided into two parts by araks river. Armenia is in the north and Turkey and Iran are in the south.
The climate of Armenia varies with the terrain, from dry subtropical climate to cold zone climate. Located in the north of subtropical zone, the inland climate is dry and belongs to subtropical alpine climate. The average temperature in January is - 2 ~ 12 ℃; The average temperature in July is 24 ~ 26 ℃.