The mausoleum is located in the cemetery in the village of Gurjulu, Gubadli District of Azerbaijan
Describing the nature of Karabakh in a painting was a lifelong dream of Azerbaijani artist Sattar Bahlulzade. In 1956, Sattar Bahlulzade first went to Shusha, Karabakh, before visiting Tiflis (Georgia), where his solo exhibition was to be discussed.
Opera singer, actor Ali Abdul oglu Zulalov was born on September 13, 1893 in the city of Shusha. He was the nephew of the Azerbaijani singer Bulbuljan.
The Sharifan tomb is located on the right bank of the Hakari River near the village of Sharifan in Zangilan district of Azerbaijan. However, it is mentioned in “Azerbaijani architecture. Nizami Ganjavi period” (1947) that the monument is located on the right bank of the Bargushad river, the right bank of the Hakari river.
The memoirs of tsarist officer, the governor of Saratov oblast of Russia (1841-1846), member of the council of Main administration of South Caucasus region (1846 – till his death), Andrey Mikhaylovich Fadeyev (1790-1867) were published in 1897. Qarabag.com has prepared material about the trip and impressions of the Russian officer, related to one of the cities of Azerbaijan, Shusha, and the representatives of Karabakh nobility.
Qarabag.com has prepared material about Najaf bey Vazirov, the founder of the tragedy genre in Azerbaijani dramaturgy, one of the followers of Mirza Fatali Akhundov’s school of drama.
Ahmadalilar mausoleum (in some sources it is called Argali tomb) is located on the left bank of Araz river, in Ahmadalilar village of Fuzuli region.
Major-General Khalil Mammad oghlu Mammadov was born on May 5, 1916 in the city of Shusha in the family of a hatmaker.