On November 27-29, 2017, employees of the State Historical and Cultural Reserve “Keshikchidag” carried out work on cleaning and gardening in the territory of a reserved zone. Employees of the reserve have visited a 600-meter tourist footpath which lasts from “peak of Ilham Aliyev” to caves and the Gudrat Spring which is the place of belief for local population. Thus, saplings of decorative flowers have been planted around top, the bottom of the trees growing around the spring is plowed and cut off, the territory has been cleared of an unnecessary grass and watered. The monumental memorial built in honor of the Supreme Commander, which is on the highest region top, from the strategic point of view, was painted. Due to the negligence of nomadic shepherds, the herds of animals’ graze on greenery areas around the top and with the purpose of preserving these landscapes, an oral warning has been made several times, but since no results have been achieved, the farmers were officially treated and new banners were posted. Because of the strong wind on the vast, desolate territory of Jeyranchol, information signs became useless, and were replaced by new ones. Works on cleaning and protection have been carried out inside the caves.
Works on cleaning and protection was carried out around the ancient burial site, dating back to the end of the II millennium BC, to the late Bronze and Early Iron Age, which was discovered during archaeological excavations in the Kurgan Valley, located on the reserve territory, conducted by the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography ANAS doctor of historical sciences, professor Arif Mammadov and assistant professor Imash Gadjiyev.