It is 2 km north-west of the village, north of the Armanat village and on the Galadagh mountain. It is known as the Khachmaz Govur Fortress often described in 16th century sources. According to the information contained in A. Bakikhanov’s works, during Iranian- Turkish wars for Shirvan and Dagestani lands in 1578-1583, the fortress was at the center of fierce battles. One legend goes that while Hazrat Ali was fighting against Gazanfar, the fortress ruler and giaour padishah, he killed the ruler who didn’t want to adopt Islam near a big stone in the south of the fortress. Phaetons used to go to the fortress located on the slope of the Greater Caucasus. From the south and east, however, it could only be accessed on foot. The fortress was built of pebble-stone and alabaster. It has two levels. It used to have seven towers and a water pipeline. Its design is not very complex – it has only one gate. Its upper part has been destroyed over years. It is possible to enter the fortress through the gate only on foot or on horseback. The fortress sits on a mountain surrounding the Armanat village. The village population is said to have used it as a shelter in the event of enemy attacks.