Azerbaijani singer-khanende Khan Shushinski (real name Isfandiyar Aslan oglu Jevanshirov) was born on August 20, 1901 in the city of Shusha. However, in the book of 2007 by Azerbaijani publicist Mustafa Chemenli, “Khan of Shushinski”, the village of Ballyja of Shusha uyezd (now Khojaly district of Azerbaijan) is indicated as his place of birth. Khan Shushinski came from the clan of Karabakh khans – Jevanshirs.
Qarabag.com presents reference information on the demographic data of Zangilan (city, district) from 1908 to 1989. While compiling the material, official Russian and Soviet sources were used.
Qarabag.com presents material about the founder of the modern Azerbaijani school of carpet art and the first pioneer of carpet weaving production in Azerbaijan, a native of Shusha – Latif Kerimov.
The shelter for merchants from all over Transcaucasia, Iran and Russia in Shusha: Caravanserai of Mashadi Shukur Mirsiyab oglu
The caravanserai was built at the expense of the merchant Mashadi Shukur Mirsiyab oglu in 1880 in Shusha. The building was constructed on the site of the demolished caravanserai of merchant Haji Amiraslan. According to Azerbaijani historian Chingiz Gajar, the caravanserai was built by Azerbaijani architect Kerbalai Sefi Khan Karabaghi.
Qarabag.com presents material about one of the representatives of the Azerbaijani professional musical art, a native of Shusha, Zulfugar Hajibeyov.
Qarabag.com presents information on the demographic data of Aghdam (city, uyezd, district) from 1908 to 1989. While compiling the material, official Russian and Soviet sources were used.
Azerbaijani singer-khananda (mugham performer), musical figure and pedagogue Seyid Shushinski (real name Mir Mohsun Agha Seyid Ibrahim oghli) was born on April 12, 1889 in the village of Horadiz, Shusha uyezd (now city of Horadiz, Fuzuli district of Azerbaijan) in a merchant family.
The mausoleum of Gutlu Musa or Khachin-Dorbatly is located at a distance of 23 km from the city of Agdam, near the village of Khachindorbatly, Agdam district of Azerbaijan. Among local residents the monument is known as the “Sari Musa” Mausoleum.