“Sepasar” Fortress (4th-3rd mil. BC) represents the Bronze Age Cyclopic castle’s ruins at the top of the Sepasar hill. The site is under active archaeological excavations. A small medieval chapel with a sacred gravestone (possibly a fallen dragon stone) is located next to it. Detailed information about the site can be obtained from Larisa Yeganyan, a chief archaeologist of the Shirak Regional Museum who supervised the digs.