Qarabag – Page 5 – evidence base of historical rights of Azerbaijanis

Poets and Poetesses born in Shusha

Qarabag.com continues publishing materials about outstanding natives of Shusha and presents a list of famous Azerbaijani poets and poetesses, who have left a rich artistic heritage in the national literature.

Karabakh Khans

In the short time since its foundation, the Karabakh Khanate gained significant political and economic influence in the region. Qarabag.com provides inputs regarding the rulers of the Khanate from the Turkic family of Javanshirs and their contribution to history.

Singers, who were born in Shusha

Qarabag.com continues publishing materials about outstanding natives of Shusha and presents a list of famous Azerbaijani singers and khanende.

The Khojaly Tragedy

In the early morning hours of February 26, 1992, the Armenian militias mounted an assault on Khojaly supported by the 366th motorized rifle regiment of the former Soviet Army. Hundreds of Azerbaijani civilians suffered or were killed as the result of this deadly attack. Based on foreign information sources, Qarabag.com prepared a material about the Khojaly massacre, the most fearsome tragedy of the Karabakh War.

Movie and theater directors born in Shusha

Qarabag.com continues publishing materials about outstanding natives of Shusha and presents a list of directors who have left their mark on the history of theatre and cinematography not only in Azerbaijan, but also in the USSR.

Monuments rescued from vandals returned to Shusha

On January 14, 2021, in Shusha, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev participated in the opening ceremony of the monuments of three outstanding cultural figures of Azerbaijan, natives of Karabakh: Khurshid-Banu Natavan, Uzeyir Hajibeyov and Murtuza Mammadov (Bul-Bul).

Writers, publicists and playwrights, born in Shusha

On January 5th, 2021 President Ilham Aliyev declared the city of Shusha the cultural capital of Azerbaijan.
Qarabag.com launches a series of publications about the natives of Shusha – Azeri people of arts.