- For the town on the east side of Lake Sevan formerly called Karmir Gyugh, see Chambarak; for the village in Azerbaijan, see Qızıloba, Khojali.
Karmirgyugh (Armenian: Կարմիրգյուղ; meaning "red village"; also Romanized as Karmir Gyukh; until 1940 Kulali and Ghulali; also Gyukh) is a major village in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. It has two old churches, in ruins, and was the find-site of a boundary stone of King Artashes inscribed in Aramaic.
- Karmirgyugh at GEOnet Names Server
- World Gazeteer: Armenia – World-Gazetteer.com
- Report of the results of the 2001 Armenian Census, National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia
- Kiesling, Brady (2005), Rediscovering Armenia: Guide, Yerevan, Armenia: Matit Graphic Design Studio
- Brady Kiesling, Rediscovering Armenia, p. 44; original archived at Archive.org, and current version online on Armeniapedia.org.
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