A historical hill appeared in the occupied Western Armenia province of Samosat after the water reservoir dried up to a certain extent. Eyewitnesses informed the museum management about the hill found in a well-known place called Gyavur Tepe near the village of Urgyuch. As a result of the research carried out on the territory, in the city of Yerevan architectural structure and ceramics belonging to the 2nd BC millennium were found. 

Thus, we are once again convinced that Western Armenia is the cradle not only of the Armenian people, but also of the entire civilization and culture of mankind. It is no longer surprising that at every step we encounter some historical value, structure or cult. As a true successor, we must fight for our rights and demand fair compensation in order to become the rightful owners of the legacy left by our ancestors.