Martuni is a town and urban municipal community in Armenia's Gegharkunik Province. It's on the southern shores of Lake Sevan, and it has a lot of trees. It had 12,894 people living there in 2011. People in Martuni are estimated to be around 11,200 by the city's government in 2016.
During the Middle Ages, the area that is now Martuni was called Mets Kznut. When it was called Nerkin Gharanlugh from 1830 to 1922 it was called Nerkin Gharanlugh At the time it was named Martuni for the Bolshevik leader Aleksandr Myasnikyan, whose name was Martuni. In 1926, it was named after him.