The village of Halvori in Dersim in Western Armenia is famous for its natural beauty, rocks and streams. As in many regions, Halvori witnessed great suffering during the massacre in Dersim. This place is popularly called “38 rocks”, which were subjected to air and ground attacks. The only reason for these actions and murders of people was that on March 21, 1937, the Haidara and Deman tribes were attacked at the Pah Bridge, after which the leaders of several tribes, including Seyid Ryzah, on the Mndzur River in Halvori swore to resist military action.