- 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. The village was founded in 1831 by emigrants from Beyazid. It has two old churches of S. Astvatsatsin and S. Grigor, in ruins with khachkars, and was the discovery site of a boundary stone of King Artashes, inscribed in Aramaic. Urartian ruins are also nearby.
- 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
- Brady Kiesling, Rediscovering Armenia, p. 44; original archived at Archive.org, and current version online on Armeniapedia.org.
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