Bridge of Glambar

This is a multi-span __11. Karapetian, S. Northern Artsakh. Yerevan, 2007, p. 494. bridge lying over the river Shamkor, west of Glambar (Gyulambur) Village, Northern Artsakh—a region that suffered deportation of its Armenian population in 1988 and has been annexed to Azerbaijan since then. The date of its construction remains obscure, but the building and finishing peculiarities of its piers (undressed cobblestone and mortar) admit of the conjecture that it dates from the Middle Ages. Moreover, taking into account the fact that Dasno Monastery, situated opposite the bridge on the right bank of the Shamkor, enjoyed bloom and prosperity in the 12th century, we may conclude that it was erected earlier than the period specified.