Last year Grisha happened to scratch the plaster on the wall of the bedroom revealing an inscription in Russian "Ереван, Кулаков, 1 VI 45 г гв (1)925" ("Yerevan, Kulakov, 1 VI 45, gv (1)925")
"My grandfather covered the door of the chapel with plaster and wallpaper. He probably did it so the kids wouldn't be afraid. We have hidden the destroyed part of the wall behind bed, but if you look at it attentively, you will see the carvings. Most probably it was left by the master who restored the chapel, before it was destroyed," says Grisha, adding the visitors to the graves of the churchmen beneath their house included envoys of the Mother See.
According to a Government 2004 decision
, the Kozern hill was classified for development, although the program has not been implemented yet. Before the decision there were only 16 privatized houses in the area; following popular protests, the residents of the district have mostly privatized their properties.