Bulbuljan: a khanende who could sing in several languages and performed in front of Emperor Alexander III
Qarabag.com prepared a material about Azerbaijani folklore singer, mugham performer, a native of Shusha Bulbuljan. Khanende had a great influence on the Azerbaijani mugham school.
The monuments of the Safavid heritage of Fuzuli: A mosque and a caravanserai in the village of Garghabazar
Qarabag.com presents material about two architectural monuments from the time of the Safavid state (1501-1722), which are located in the village of Karghabazar in the Fizuli region of Azerbaijan.
After execution the mass genocide of Azerbaijanis in the Baku province (March-April 1918) by Baku Council of People’s Commissars, headed by the Bolshevik Stepan Shahumyan and the Dashnak armed forces, the Baku Council, together with the Karabakh Armenians, was going to attack Ganja and generally establish Soviet power on the territory of the whole of Azerbaijan. To achieve this goal, Shahumyan was also interested in attracting to his side the armed formations of the Armenian General Andranik Ozanyan, who invaded the borders of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in the summer of 1918.
Azerbaijani folk musician, tar player Sadigjan (Mirza Sadig Asad oghlu) was born in 1846, in the city of Shusha, in a poor family. However, in the “Music Encyclopedia” of 1978, the date of his birth is indicated as 1842.
After the liberation of the city of Shusha from the Armenian occupation (08.10.2020) and the victory in the Second Karabakh War (27.09.2020-10.10.2020), the tradition of holding the international folklore festival “Khari Bulbul” in Shusha was resumed. In total, the festival was held five times.
Qarabag.com has prepared a material about the Azerbaijani composer, musician, founder of the ballet genre for children in Azerbaijan and the first candidate of art history in the field of musicology in Azerbaijan Ashraf Abbasov.
Qarabag.com presents reference information on the demographic data of Fizuli (formerly Karabulaq, Karyagino) (city, district) from 1904 to 1989. While compiling the material, official Russian and Soviet sources were used.
The mausoleum of Mammadbeyli or Yahya ibn Muhammad al-Hajj is located in the village of Mammadbeyli in Zangilan District of Azerbaijan. Building was erected on March 28 – April 27,1305 by an architect Ali Majd al-Din.