Shusha Region


The region of Shusha is the administrative region of the Republic of Azerbaijan. It is located in territory of Karabakh Chain of Minor Caucasus. Its area is 290 km2; the population is 29,700 (01.01.2011). The central town is the city of Shusha. The region has been under Armenian occupation since May 8, 1992.
The region covers the following districts and villages: the city of Shusha; district of Turshsu and villages of Malybayli; Yukhary Gushchular; Ashaghi Gushchular; Khalfali; Armudlu; Dukanlar; Hasanabad; Garabulag; Agbulag; Zamanpayasi; Shushulu; Mirzalar; Gaybaly; Lachynlar; Shirlan; Chaykend; Pashalar; Mamishlar; Khanaly; Imamgulular; Jamillar; Safikhanlar; Khanlygpaya; Allahgulular; Hasangulular; Boyuk Galaderesi; Kichik Galaderesi; Goytala; Onverest; Zarysly; Nabilar; Sarybaba; Dashalty; Naghilar; Khudaverdiler; Imanlar and Turabkhan.
Landscape is mountainous. The highest peak is the Mount of Boyuk Kirs (2725 m).
Prior to the occupation, the sanatorium and resort zone of nationwide importance ran its consistent activities in the city. Livestock breeding played the main role in the region's economy. The following educational and social institutions were active before the occupation: the Shusha branches of the Azerbaijani Pedagogical Institute and Azerbaijani Oil and Chemistry Institute; 24 secondary schools; 6 extra-school institutions; medical school; 8 music and fine arts schools for children; the vocation school of culture and education; the vocational school of music; the vocational school of agriculture; the vocational school; the forestry and health school; the recreation house; cinema house; 5 museums; art gallery; club; library; central regional hospital; 11 maternity points; sanitary and epidemiological station; children sanatorium; ambulance station; city policlinics and dentistry service center.
During the pre-occupation period, 248 historical monuments protected by the state were in the region.


Ashaghi Govharagha Mosque


The last ruler of Karabakh khanate Ibrahim khan’s daughter Govharagha (real name Govharnisa) was the famous philanthropist of that time.
Ashaghi (Lower) Govharagha Mosque was built by the architect Karbalayi Safikhan Garabaghi at the expense of Govharagha in the years 1874-1875.
The mosque was included in “The list of the immovable historical and cultural monuments of state significance” by resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan No.132, dated August 2, 2001. During the occupation of Shusha in May, 1992, the building and minarets of Ashaghi Govharagha Mosque were severely damaged by being exposed to fires of the armoured vehicles.


Bulbul’s House-Museum in Shusha


People’s Artist of the USSR Bulbul’s House-Museum in Shusha existed until 1992, was a branch of the Baku memorial museum. The house-museum consisted of a courtyard, two rooms and a veranda.
Very rare and valuable documents on Bulbul’s creative work, research, pedagogic and public activities were demonstrated there.
On the façade of the museum there is a memorial plaque bearing a bronze portrait of Bulbul’s childhood made by the sculptor Khanlar Ahmadov.
As a result of the occupation of Shusha by the Armenian Armed Forces more than 6 thousand museum pieces were destroyed and the transportable ones were carried to Armenia. At present Bulbuls’ monument shot by the Armenian aggressors is placed in the courtyard of the National Art Museum of Azerbaijan.


Estate of Haji Gulu


Haji Gulu’s estate in Khoja Marjanli area was built in 1851. There were 46 rooms and 2 large halls in the three-storey palace built in the national style. One of those halls is supposed to be described in the picture of the Russian artist V. V. Vereshchagin who travelled to Shusha in 1865.
During the occupation of Shusha by Armenians in 1992, Haji Gulus’ property was demolished by the artillery fire.


History museum of Shusha


History museum of the city of Shusha was of History and Ethnography Museum type. The museum contained rare photographs depicting the history of Shusha, documents related to the 19th-20th centuries, the projects, models and photographs of the residential buildings of historical importance constructed in the 18th-19th centuries. There were also interesting stands and exhibits about the well-known Azerbaijani intellectuals, educators, singers, musicians, and writers born and raised in Shusha.
Decorative and applied art section contained valuable art objects, jugs, pot sets, pottery, carpet and rugs woven in Shusha and surrounding villages, decorative knitting patterns. The museum was open until the occupation of the city of Shusha by the invader Armenian army in May, 1992. It was impossible to salvage a significant part of the exhibits.


Khurshudbanu Natavan’s House


A two-storey house belonging to the prominent Azerbaijani poetess Khurshudbanu Natavan was considered one of the historical residential buildings of the 18-19th centuries. At present this house is in a dilapidated condition.


Mamayi Mosque


The architect of the same name mosque built in the 19th century in Mamayi area of Shusha was Karbalayi Safikhan Garabaghi. There was a “guldeste” (tent-shaped booth for muezzin) on the house roof of Mamayi mosque which resembled the other quadrangular house roofs of the residential buildings in Shusha. Mamayi mosque functioned as a poetry house during years of soviet power.
The mosque has two storeys.


Museum Mausoleum Complex of Molla Panah Vagif


The construction of the Museum Mausoleum Complex of outstanding Azerbaijani poet Molla Panah Vagif was launched in 1977, on the basis of the architect A. V. Salamzade and E. I. Kanukov’s project. The complex was inaugurated in January, 1982. The complex was built on the tomb of the great poet located in the area close to the famous Jidir Duzu (horse race field) - the prominent place of Shusha. About eighty museum pieces reflecting the period of M. P. Vagif’s life in Shusha were exhibited there.
The first secretary of the Central Committee of Azerbaijan Communist Party Heydar Aliyev, as well as, well-known literary and cultural figures took part in the opening of the complex.
As a result of the occupation of Shusha by the Armenian Armed Forces in May, 1992, the complex building and dozens of exhibits contained there were destroyed, and transportable exhibits were carried to Armenia.


Saatli Mosque


Saatli Mosque was built in 1883, by the prominent Azerbaijani architect Karbalayi Safikhan Garabaghi at the place of the mosque and madrasah built by Panah Ali khan in 1759. The Mosque was named Saatli after the area it was built.
General structure of the Mosque’s minarets resembles the minarets of Yukhari Govharagha and Agdam Juma Mosques. Saatli Mosque is considered one of the final masterpieces of Karbalayi Safikhan Garabaghi, built with two minarets. The Mosque has a prayer hall and brick minarets with especially patterned decoration specific to architecture of Karabakh.
During the occupation of Shusha by the Armenian Armed Forces in May, the minaret of the mosque was demolished by the artillery fire.


Shusha Castle


Shusha Castle implies the castle walls embracing the Shusha city of Azerbaijan. The Castle defended the city against the foreign invasions, and over a long period of time had been a symbol of impregnability. Though the Castle had been besieged for a long time during Agha Mahammad Shah Gajar’s attack to the South Caucasus, it could not be seized.
There is no accurate information about the foundation of Shusha Castle.
The castle has a strategically favourable location. Thus Shusha Castle is located in the mountainous area. The Shusha plateau is 1600 meters the highest and approx. 1300 meters the lowest above the sea level. This area is covered by deep brooks flowing into the Dashalti and Halfali rivers’ beds.
Taking into account the unfavourable geographical position of Bayat and Shahbulag castles, Panahali Khan, the Khan of Karabagh, enacted a decree on reconstruction of Shusha castle in 1753, and the centre of the Karabagh khanate was transferred to Shusha castle. After reconstruction the castle was for a long time named Panahabad in the sources.
Shusha Castle is one of the most beautiful pieces of the Azerbaijani architecture. The castle is constructed in Arran style of architecture. Mainly the local stone, lime and yolk mixture were used in construction of the castle. The castle has three doors. Ganja door is distinguished by its architectural features. The castle has a circular guard towers. At close quarters of the castle there is a bridge of fine architectural qualities connecting the castle with outside world. The bridge is known as Gala Bridge (“Gala” means castle). In the reign of Panahali Khan, four castle gates were built in order to connect Shusha with the outside world. The names of three gates - Ganja, Aghoghlan and Irevan gates have survived to our time.
It was impossible to find neither name nor the location of the fourth gate. That gate is supposed to be removed during reconstruction of the castle walls by Ibrahimkhalil Khan.


Shusha Music School


Shusha Music School established on October 10, 1932, was located at the house of the prominent Azerbaijani poetess Khan gizi Natavan. It was the first music school for children in Azerbaijan. The initiative in opening of the music school in Shusha belongs to the outstanding Azerbaijani singer Bulbul born in Shusha.
After the occupation of Shusha by the Armenian Armed Forces, Shusha Music School was torn down.


Shusha Realni School


The first secondary school in Shusha – 6-grade Realni School was founded in September 20, 1881. The first time 159 pupils were enrolled in school consisted of preparation and three main classes.
Shusha Realni School was considered an exemplary educational institution at that time. Despite the religious prohibitions in that school, special attention was paid to the learning and teaching of foreign languages and literature.
Famous Azerbaijani writers Abdurrahim bey Hagverdiyev and Yusif Vezir Chamanzaminli were graduates of that school.
In May, 1992, after the occupation of Shusha, the Armenian vandals burned and utterly ruined the Shusha Realni School.


Uzeyir Hajibeyov’s House-Museum in Shusha


An outstanding Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyov’s House-Museum in Shusha was founded in 1959. The House-Museum continued its activity until the occupation of Shusha by the Armenian invaders in 1992. Along with household items of Hajibeyovs family, the personal belongings, photographs, books of Uzeyir bey, as well as the books dedicated to him and presented to the museum were on exhibition.
Uzeyir Hajibeyov’s anniversaries and jubilees had been constantly commemorated in the museum at national level. In 1985, UNESCO solemnly marked the 100th anniversary of Uzeyir Hajibeyov’s birth. The guests invited from different countries of the world visited Uzeyir Hajibeyov’s House-Museum in Shusha, where jubilee was celebrated.
On May 8, 1992, after the occupation of Shusha by the Armenian invaders the museum discontinued its function. Due to the great efforts of museum’s leadership, the museum pieces were kept safely and brought to Baku. At present they are kept in Uzeyir Hajibeyov’s House-Museum in Baku.


Yukhari Govharagha Mosque


Yukhari Govharagha Mosque means Upper Govharagha Mosque in Azerbaijani language referring to location of the mosque in the upper section of Shusha and to distinguish it from the Ashaghi Govharagha Mosque, the same name mosque located in lower section of the city. Yukhari Govharagha Mosque was built by the architect Karbalayi Safikhan Garabaghi at the expense of Govhar agha in the years 1883-1884, nearly eight years after Ashaghi Govharagha Mosque. The three-beam veranda in the northern section of the mosque gives it a rectangular form (21.30 х 26.20 meters). The mosque has two minarets. The balconies used to host women’s premises of the prayer hall. The same construction pattern can be viewed in Agdam Juma Mosque and Lower Govharagha Mosque. As in the previous Mosques, the minaret platform of the Upper Govheraga Mosque was built of natural limestone; but geometrical ornaments are not the same with that of the Lower Govharagha Mosque’s minarets. They rather resemble the geometrical ornaments of Agdam Juma Mosque’s minarets. Garret cover of the minarets had been assembled from the wooden material. A half-moon shaped figure illustrates the array’s last tip.
Yukhari Govharagha Mosque being in operation as a history museum since 1969, was demolished in May, 1992, after occupation of Shusha by the Armenian vandals.


Immovable historical and cultural monuments of state importance

ARCHITECTURAL MONUMENTS

Name of the monument

Construction date

Location

Walls of the fortress

1750

Shusha city

Palace of Panah Khan

XVIII c.

Shusha city, general Guliyev St.

Tower of Gara Boyukkhanim Khan Khanim

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Ojaggulu St.

Mausoleum of Heydar

XIX c.

Shusha city, Ojaggulu St.

Estate of Hajigulu

XIX c.

Shusha city, F.Amirov St.

House of Natavan

XIX c.

Shusha city, Rasulzadeh St.

House of Asad bey

XIX c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Mosque of Yukhari Govharagha

Was built in 1768-1769, basically repaired in 1837-1838

Shusha city, Chamanzaminli St.

Mosque of Ashaghi Govharagha

was built in XVIII c., it was basically repaired in 1874

Shusha city, Govharagha St.

Two-floor Karvansaray

XIX c.

Shusha city, Govharagha St.

The estate complex of Mehmandarovs: mosque, small residential house, large residentia house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, F.B.Kocharli St.

Tower of Ibrahim khan

XVIII c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Isa spring

XIX c.

In 7 km from Shusha city

Castle of Ibrahim khan

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Dashalti village


THE STATE HISTORICAL-ARCHITECTURAL RESERVE OF SHUSHA

Name of the monument

Construction date

Location

House of Uzeyir Hajibayov

XIX c.

Shusha city, in the cross of Niyazi and U.Hajibayov St.

Khanlig Mukhtar Karvansaray

XVIII c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Karvansaray of Agha Gahraman Mirsiyab oghlu

XIX c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

House of Zulfugar Hajibayov

XIX c.

Shusha city, Sadigjan St.

Saatli mosque (the first religious school where M.P.Vagif taught)

XIX c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Ganja gateway

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Niyazi St.

House of A.Hagverdiyev

XVIII c.

Shusha city, A.Hagverdiyev St.

Gazanchi church

Shusha city, A.Hagverdiyev St.

House of Y. V. Chamanzaminli

XVIII c.

Shusha city, N.B. Vazirov St.

The medrese of the Yukhari Mosque

XVIII c.

Shusha city, N.B. Vazirov St.

Karvansaray of Safarov brothers

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Ojaggulu St

House of Sadigjan

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Sadigjan St.

House of Ughurlu bey

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Karbalayi Safikhan St.

Palace of Khan

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Sadigjan St.

Shirin su bathroom

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Sadigjan St.

House of Seyid Shushinski

XIX c.

Shusha city, Sadigjan St.

Mausoleum of M. P. Vagif

XX c.

Shusha city, G.Guliyev St.

House of Gasim bey Zakir

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Q.b.Zakir St.

The medrese of Ashaghi Govharagha

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Govharagha St.

House of Behbudovs

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

House of Firudin bey

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Q.Pirimov St.

House of M. M. Navvab

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Navvab St.

House of Bulbul

XIX c.

Shusha city, F.Amirov St.

House of F. B. Kocharli

XIX c.

Shusha city, 20 Yanvar St.

House of Huseyn bey

XVIII c.

Shusha city, T.Aliyev St.

House of Kechachi oghlu Mahammad

XIX c.

Shusha city, T.Aliyev St.

Caravanserai

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Vagif St.

House of Garay Asadov

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Asadov St.

House of S. S. Akhundov

XIX c.

Shusha city, U.Hajibeyov St.

House of J. Garyaghdioghlu

XVIII c.

Shusha city, J.Garyaghdioghlu St.


ARCHAEOLOGICAL MONUMENTS

Name of the monument

Construction date

Location

Barrow

The Bronze Age

To the north-west from Shusha town

Shusha and Shushakand stone box graves

Late Bronze and Early Iron Age

Near Shusha town and Shusha village

Shusha cave camp

The Stone Age

In the South of Shusha city, on the left shore of Dashalti river

Stone box necropolis

The Iron Age

Garabulag village

Necropolis

Late Bronze and Early Iron Age

Dolanlar village


Immovable historical and cultural monuments of local importance

ARCHITECTURAL MONUMENTS

Name of the monument

Construction date

Location

Building of Realni School

XX c.

Shusha city, V.Jafarov St.

Buildıng of hospital

XIX c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

Girl School

XIX c.

Shusha city, V.Jafarov St.

Residential house of Aslan Garasharov

XIX c.

Shusha city, G.Asgarov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, G.Asgarov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, G.Asgarov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, G.Asgarov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, G.Asgarov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Panah Khan St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, U.Hajibayov St.

Residential house of Mashadi Ibrahim

XIX c.

Shusha city, V.Jafarov St.

Residential house of Mashadi Novruz

XIX c.

Shusha city, Panah Khan St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.b.Zakir St.

Residential house

Shusha city, G.b.Zakir St.

Residential house of Hasan agha

XIX c.

Shusha city, Hagverdiyev St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, Aghadadali St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, Aghadadali St.

Residential house of Shukur bey

XIX c.

Shusha city, Aghadadali St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, H.Hajiyev St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, H.Hajiyev St.

Residential house

Shusha city, Ojaggulu St.

Residential house of Jafargulu agha

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Bulbul St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Bulbul St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Bulbul St.

Ruins of church

Shusha city, G.Pirimov St.

Mausoleum

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Khan gizi spring

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Mardinli spring

Shusha city, Sadigjan St.

Spring

XVIII c.

Shusha city

Aghadadali spring

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Aghadadali St.

Girl monastery

XVIII-XIX cc.

Shusha city, Gorky St.

Spring

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Sabir St., in the Kocharli quarter

Spring

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharii quarter

Spring

XIX c.

Shusha city, Govharagha St.

Lachin water reservoir

XIX c.

Shusha city, Garabakh St.

House of Suleyman Vazirov

XIX c.

Shusha city, Novrast St.

Gurdlar spring

1900

Shusha city, in the cross of general Guliyev and Hagverdiyev St.

Bath

XIX c.

Malibayli village

Novlu spring

XIX c.

Malibayli village

Mosque

XIX c.

Malibayli village

Church

XIX c.

Dashalti village

Administrative building

XIX c.

Malibayli village

Church

XIX c.

Geybali village


THE STATE HISTORICAL-ARCHITECTURAL RESERVE OF SHUSHA

Name of the monument

Construction date

Location

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Residential house of Mamay bey

XVIII c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Residential house of Mashadi Teymur

XVIII c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Shor spring

XIX c.

Shusha city, M.F.Akhundov St.

Residential house of Khudu Mammadov

XIX c.

Shusha city, Kh.Mammadov St.

House of Alakbar bay

XIX c.

Shusha city, A.B.Hagverdiyev St.

Spring

XVIII c.

In the Chukhur quarter, Vazirov St.

Mosque

XVIII c.

In the Chukhur quarter, Vazirov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, L.Imanov St.

Residential house of Latif Imanov

XVIII c.

Shusha city, L.Imanov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, L.Imanov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, L.Imanov St.

Mosque and karvansaray of Haji Abbas

XVIII c.

Shusha city, N.B.Vazirov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, N.B.Vazirov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, N.B. Vazirov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, N.B. Vazirov St.

Mardinli mosque

XIX c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house of Jahangir bay

XIX c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house of Haji Mammad

XVIII c

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, A.Garasharov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, Guliyev St.

Mosque of Haji Yusifli

XVIII c

Shusha city, G.Ismayilov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shushacity, G.Ismayilov St.

House of Mashadi Salman

XVIII c

Shusha city, G.Ismayilov St.

Julfalar mosque

XIX c

Shusha city, U.Hajibayov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, Govharagha St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, Govharagha St.

Spring

XVIII c

Shusha city, Govharagha St.

Mill

XX c.

Shusha city, A.Aghaoghlu St.

Residential house of Haji Alibala

XIX c

Shusha city, A.Aghaoghlu St.

Residential house of Kabla Azad

XIX c.

Shusha city, A.Aghaoghlu St.

Hamamgabaghi spring

XIX c.

Shusha city, A.Aghaoghlu St.

Residential house of Haji Sadigh

XVIII c

Shusha city, A.Aghaoghlu St.

“Chol Gala’’ spring

XVIII c

Shusha city, Shakhriyar St.

House of Haji Ibad

XVIII c

Shusha city, Fatma khanim Kamina St.

Chol Gala mosque

XVIII c

Shusha city, Shakhriyar St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

House of Meshedi Suleyman

XVIII c

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house

XVIII c

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

House of Musavi

XVIII c.

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, L.Karimov St.

Residential house of Haji Mammadbaghir

XIX c.

Shusha city, Karbalayi Safikhan St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Karbalayi Safikhan St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Karbalayi Safikhan St.

Residential house of Husu Hajiyev

XIX c.

Shusha city, Karbalayi Safikhan St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, Karbalayi Safikhan St.

House of Mashadi Zeynal Hatamov

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

House of Mashadi Ali

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

House of Mashadi Sahliyar

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

House of Haji Dadash

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

House of A.Azimov

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Kocharli St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Pirimov St.

House of Mashadi Ibrahim

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Pirimov St.

House of Mashadi Jalal

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Pirimov St.

Square spring

Shusha city, Rasulzadeh St.

Residential house of Haji Bashir

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Rasulzadeh St.

Residential house of Tailor Bakhram

XIX c.

Shusha city, Nizami St.

Residential house of Mashadi Husu

XIX c.

Shusha city, Nizami St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Navvab St.

House of Mammad Hasan oghlu

XVIII c.

Shusha city, F.Amirov St.

Residential house of Kalba Mahammad

XIX c.

Shusha city, F.Amirov St.

Mosque of Khoja Marjanli

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Sabir St.

Spring of Khoja Marjanli

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Sabir St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Sabir St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, 20 Yanvar St.

Residential house of Bahman Mirza

XIX c.

Shusha city, 20 Yanvar St.

Food storehouse of Bahman Mirza

XIX c.

Shusha city, 20 Yanvar St.

Residential house of Gulam Shah

XIX c.

Shusha city, 20 Yanvar St.

Residential house of H.B. Vazirov

XIX c.

Shusha city, 20 Yanvar St.

Kocharli mosque

XIX c.

Shusha city, 20 Yanvar St.

Guyulug mosque

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Asgarov St.

House of Seyid Majid

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Asgarov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Asadov St„ 11

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Asadov St., 12

Spring

XVIII c.

Seyidli quarter

Seyidli mosque

XIX c.

Shusha city, in the cross of general Guliyev and J.Garyaghdioghlu St.

House of Mashadi Gara

XIX c.

Shusha city, J.Garyaghdioghlu St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, Shakhriyar St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, Shakhriyar St.

Residential house of Kabla Yusif

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Shakhriyar St.

Residential house of Zohrabbeyov

early XVIII c.

Shusha city, Ojaggulu St.

Residential house

XIX c.

Shusha city, Ojaggulu St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Ojaggulu St.

House of Mashadi Ibish

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Chamanzaminli St.

House of Mashadi Zulfugar

XIX c.

Shusha city, Chamanzaminli St.

House of Haji Aslan

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Chamanzaminli St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Chamanzaminli St.

House of Haji Malik oghlu

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Chamanzamioli St.

Residential house of Mir Hasan Vazirov

XIX c.

Shusha city, Chamanzaminli St.

Mamay spring

XX c.

Shusha city, Akhundov St.

Mosque of Mamayi

XVIII c.

Shusha city, G.Askarov St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Fizuli St.

Residential house

XVIII c.

Shusha city, Fizuli St.

Residential house of Faramazovs

XIX c

Shusha city, Dada Gorgud St.

Residential house

XX c.

Shusha city, Dada Gorgud St.


GARDEN-PARKS, MONUMENTAL AND MEMORIAL MONUMENTS

Name of the monument

Construction date

Location

Bust of M.P.Vagif

1967

Shusha city, Vagif St.

House-museum of Bulbul (369 exhibits)

1978

Shusha city, Shakhriyar St.

House-museum of U.Hajibeyov (300 exhibits)

1974

Shusha city, in the crossing of Niyazi and U.Hajibeyov St.

House-museum of Mir Mohsun Navvab (100 exhibits)

1990

Shusha city, Navvab St.

On-grave monument of Mir Mohsun Navvab

1957

Shusha city, general Guliyev St.