Gurumsulu is a village in the Borchali uezd of the former Tiflis governorate, later in the former Barana (Noyemberyan) district, and currently in the Tavush province. The provincial centre lies 48 km to the north of the town of  Karvansara (Ijevan), at 720 m above sea level. The village borders with the Gaymagli village in the Gazakh district of Azerbaijan.

The village was originally inhabited by Azerbaijanis, and following the settlement of Armenians in the area, the inhabitants gradually left the village.

The toponym was coined by combining the word “gurum” used in Turkic to mean “stone fragments, a piece of rock on the slope and the flat top of the highland” and the word “su” (water) followed by the ending “-lu”. The word “gurum” was used in Old Turkic in the form of “korum” (qorum) meaning “a piece of rock”. The name of the village corresponds to a relief. Thus, the village is located in a rocky, gravelly, mountainous area.

The village was renamed “Baregamavan”. According to the law “On the administrative-territorial division of the Republic of Armenia” dated 7 November 1995, it was integrated into the administrative area of the Tavush province.

Geographical coordinates: latitude: 41°10’N., longitude: 45°06’ E.