Recently, due to the scarcity of water in Lake Van, numerous historical monuments have begun to appear. On one of the 4 large islands of the lake, the island of Ktuts, which thanks to its monastery and nature attracts many visitors, a large part of the kilometer-long road connecting the island with the land has appeared. In ancient times, Ktuts was a peninsula, the path of which was just discovered by the drying up of the waters. The road to the Ktuts eventually passed under water. Since the water level in Lake Van decreased in 2021 due to warming weather, the previously existing road is more clearly visible. The water level in Lake Van rises or falls from time to time. From the photos taken above, it can be seen that this road was built with stones, and that due to erosion recorded over time, only the main stones of the road remained.