There are two Khudafarin bridges connecting the northern and southern banks of the Araz River in the Jabrayil district. Located on the historical Silk Road, the 11-arched Khudafarin bridges (inv. 12) was built in the 11th-12th centuries, and the 15-arched Khudafarin bridges (inv. 13), in the 13th century.
After the occupation of the Jabrayil district by Armenia in 1993, Khudafarin bridges have suffered distruction.
On October 4, 2020, the Azerbaijani Armed Forces liberated the city of Jabrayil, where the Khudafarin bridges is located, and several villages of the district from Armenian occupation.