The mound on Mount Mastar in the Kharberd province of Western Armenia was officially registered in 2017 and was taken under protection. The mausoleum located in the foothills of the Euphrates River basin is 20 meters high and 50 meters in diameter, on which a pile of stones is lined up.

There are many illegal carvings and holes made on the tomb by treasure hunters. In ancient times, such mounds were made for people of noble origin.

The ruins of the castle found on the top of the hill in the eastern part of the mound date back to Roman times. Due to natural reasons, the main structure of the castle is destroyed, only the remains of the foundation can be seen. Unfortunately, the castle is on the verge of destruction.