Vahramaberd, also known as Nerkin Ghalija, is a town in the Shirak region of Armenia. It was established in 1930 and is situated on the left bank of Akhuryan River about 10 km northwest of Shirak’s center. The ancestors of Vahramaberd migrated from Injalar in Kars province. The entire village has access to gas and drinking water. Since 1988, there have been collective farms, and their main occupations have been farming and cattle-breeding. Currently there are 345 potato and grain farms. The village also has a 10th century monastery, Marmarashen.