Archeological monument "Yeddi Gardash" - "Seven
Brothers" is located on the south-western edge of the
village of Demirchiler. It is also called seven stones.
These are stones attached to each other. The seven stones
are believed to have been a single stone in the past but it
broke off some time later. According to archaeological
research, this monument came back in the early Iron Age.
People have considered the place as a shrine since the
ancient times. Visitors lit candles, put them on the stones
and made wishes there. Some people sacrificed animals.
There is an interesting legend about this
place. In ancient times, enemies were planning to attack the
area. People who learnt about this started a watch on the
upper edge of the village by seven men at a time. When it
came to seven brothers living in the village, they fell
asleep while on duty. When they woke up, they realized that
enemy had surrounded them. They prayed to god asking him not
to let the enemy capture them. After this prayer, a heavy
rain started to fall from the sky, the thunder struck, the
people woke up, defended the village and the brothers turned
into stone. Since then, this place has been a shrine.