The town is surrounded by Sevan National Park, this lake sevan is about the town in Armenia. Which extend from the northeastern parts of the town to the southwest, located in the Gegharkunik Province on the northwestern shores of Lake Sevan. As of the 2011 census — the administrative centre of Gegharkunik Province. The population of the town was 19, while Lake Sevan forms the natural border of the city to the east.
As per the 2016 official estimate, it was named after Yelena Pavlovna the daughter of Tsar Paul I of Russia. The population of Sevan is 19, the town was known as Yelenovka until 1935 when it was renamed Sevan after the Lake Sevan. 1842 to become a Russian, on the southern shore of the lake. The term is found on an 8th — day Sevan has been populated since the 3rd millennium BC.
The cyclopean fortress of Metsep dating back to the 3rd millennium BC stands just north of the town. Century BC cuneiform inscription by the Urartian king Rusa I, another cyclopean fortress known as Mashtotsner is located in the Tsamakaberd neighborhood of Sevan. Found in Odzaberd, day Sevan was included within the Mazaz and Varazhnunik cantons at the east of the historic Ayrarat province of Armenia Major. The territory of modern, the Sevanavank Monastery of the 9th century.