Khrovatz (Indignant) Bridge

The bridge is found in the area of the original channel of the river Sevjoor, within around 50 metres of the bank, east of the township of Verishen, Shahumian District—stripped of its Armenian population and annexed by Azerbaijan since 1992—Republic of Artsakh (RMK), at an altitude of 965 metres above sea level. It is built of pebble and slate, and is known by the names Anjoor, i.e. Waterless, or Khrovatz, i.e. Indignant. Although still preserved standing as of 1992, the bridge has not fulfilled its function since the early 19th century due to the deviation in the river channel.

Span length: 7 metres; passage width: 3.40 metres. Khrovatz Bridge may be traced back to the period between the 17th and 18th centuries.