Paruyr Sevak,  a   new    settlement founded in 1978, named after the writer Paruyr Sevak, lies N of the road after Yeraskh turnoff. Passing after the village a series of Stone Age open air sites are situated on both sides of the main Highway by the outcroppings of an excellent quality flint.

   Next    vilage    Tigranashen   (until 1990 the Kyarki), S of the road, is now inhabited by a mixture of local Armenians and refugees from Azerbaijan. The village itself is situated in the limits of Khosrov Nature Reserve (Tigranashen section) and the main road suggests beautiful sceneries and formations of the Mt. Urts range, rich with caves, fossil sites


and different types of antiquities.