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The village is situated at the foot of Mount Shahdaghh on the bank of the Garamurad River. The name of this population centre with a perfect view is un­derstood to mean a great and brave per­son. In 1888-1891, the German scientist Waldemar Belk carried out archaeologi­cal excavations on the territory of Gara­murad. He opened ancient graves and found gold, silver and bronze jewels and weapons inside. He made a list of things found in the graves and took all of them to Germany. Now those documents and things are kept at the Berlin Museum.