It is also called Javanshir Fortress. It is located 2,000 metres above sea level. In fact, it was a comfortable fortress and city in its time. Water was supplied to the fortress from afar by pipes made from clay. The remains of a two-source secret water tank and a wind mill inside the fortress are still intact. There were remains of double tandirs, a cave that could house hundreds of sheep, as well as several ancient temples around the fort ress. At this fortress of Albanian origin, many coins, household utensils, spears, bows and arrow tips, as well as women’s jewels have been discovered.It is a monument belonging to the 5th- 7th centuries. It was built in the final days of Albanian rule by Varastirdat, the farther of the prince of the Girdman state, Javanshir. It is a huge defensive complex of strategic importance built on a steep rock where the ruler and his families and loved ones took refuge during an enemy attack. It is possible that the historical monument, which is regarded as a feudal fortification, was built in the 12th century. The belonging of the fortress to Javanshir and Koroghlu is explained in the following way. Although as a historical monument, it belongs to the Albanian period, it was controlled by Koroghlu in the 16th-17th centuries. There are many places linked to Koroghlu’s name in Gadabay – the Koroghlu gorge, Mount Koroghlu and so on. It is believed that the fortress was one of Koroghlu’s main havens in Azerbaijan.