List of important landmarks in Azerbaijan's occupied areas.

Agdam Mosque

The mosque was built by the architect Karbalayi Safikhan Karabakhi from 1868 to 1870. It was one of the few buildings of the town that was not destroyed during the Nagorno-Karabakh War.
Aghdam Bread Museum

It was the second bread museum in the world and the first of USSR. It was destroyed in 1992 during the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. As a result, about 1500 exhibits in the museum were burned down.
Jidir Plain

The name literally translates as horse racing field from Azerbaijani referring to the tradition of holding horse racing games in the times of the Karabakh Khanate.

The Jidir Plain has always been the main location for festivities and sporting events in Shusha.
Ganja Gate

Ganja is one of four entrance gates to Shusha fortress in Shusha region of Azerbaijan.

The gate bears an architectural importance and is often mentioned among other significant 549 attributes of Shusha State Historical and Architectural Reserve of the 18th century.
Azykh Cave

A six-cave complex known as a habitation site of prehistoric humans.

The cave is considered to have housed some of the earliest groups of proto-humans in Eurasia.
Vagif Mausoleum

The place was built in honor of Molla Panah Vagif, a poet, prominent statesman and diplomat and vizier - the foreign minister of the Karabakh Khanate.

The mausoleum was severely damaged after the occupation of Shusha by Armenians.
Yukhari Govhar Agha Mosque

After the capture of Shusha by Armenian forces in 1992, the mosque stopped functioning.

Built by Azerbaijani architect Ibrahim Khalil Khan, this mosque's history is whitewashed.

The complex is presented as an Iranian mosque in Shusha by Armenian govt
Ashaghi Govhar Agha Mosque

Although it has been claimed that the mosque was renovated, the members of Azerbaijani visiting delegation to Karabakh took photos and said that the mosque is still badly damaged and no renovation works are being done.
Saatli Mosque

Located in Shusha, Saatli Mosque is considered one of the final masterpieces of Karbalayi Safikhan Karabakhi, built with two minarets.

The mosque is in critical condition at the moment.
Palace of Hamza Sultan

Located in the Husuli village of Lachin district. The palace was erected in 1761.
Haji Badal bridge

The bridge was built on Agha River by the resident of Damirchilar village, Gubadly region. Special ornamental stone, lime and egg yolks were used in construction of the bridge. The bridge linked 15 villages to the region centre.
Pardon, the picture above is Lalazar Bridge (also from Gubadly region), which was built in 1867. The lower part of the bridge is oval, the upper part is plain. Both piers of Lalazar Bridge stick to the high rocks.
Bulbul’s House-Museum in Shusha

Azerbaijani singer Bulbul's museum in Shusha existed until 1992. After the invasion of Shusha, more than 6 thousand museum pieces were destroyed, while some of them were carried to Armenia. Some soldiers also shot Bulbul's monument.
Khurshudbanu Natavan’s House in Shusha

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.
Shusha Music School

Shusha Music School established on October 10, 1932 and was the first music school for children in Azerbaijan.

After the occupation of Shusha by the Armenian Armed Forces, Shusha Music School was torn down.
Asgaran Fortress

Located near Asgaran settlement of Khojaly region, 24 km from Shusha, Asgaran castle has a two-part structure harmonizing with the mountainous relief and the broad Gargar River’s bed.
Khojaly tomb

One of the monuments erected in the 14th century is Khojaly tomb built of the hewn white stones in Khojaly mound. As the stone coating of the Khojaly tomb peeled off, the monument had an unusual appearance.
Tomb of Gutlu Musa in Aghdam

A valuable example of the Elkhanids’ memorial architecture has survived in Khachin Turbatli village.

In 1993, after the occupation of Aghdam, the Armenians erased the wall paintings and inscriptions of the tomb, and carved small cross paintings.
Aghoghlan temple in Lachin

Aghoghlan temple is set in two acres of land at the 30th kilometer of Lachin-Minkend highway, on the right bank of the river Hekeri, near Kosalar village.

Heavily whitewashed by Armenian government after Nagorno-Karabakh war.
Memorial Museum of Sari Ashiq

In 1988, the memorial museum of the bard Sari Ashiq lived in the 12th century, was opened in Gulabird village of Lachin region.

The museum building and nearly 200 exhibits were destroyed and plundered by Armenian Armed Forces since 1992.
Mammadbeyli Tomb

The tomb located in Mammadbeyli village of Zangilan consists of the octagonal prism covered with pyramidal dome. The door of the tomb is 1.8 meters in height. There is an underground vault there. Mammadbeyli tomb resembles the tower shaped tombs of Azerbaijan.
Kalbajar chess school

Quite popular in the period of the USSR the chess club started its activity in 1950.

The building of the chess school was completely destroyed after the occupation of Kalbajar region by the Armenian Armed Forces in April, 1993.

Kalbajar district is famous in the world for its Istisu mineral springs, and “Istisu” health resort.

The health resort functioned until the occupation of Kalbajar by the Armenian Armed Forces in April, 1993.
Garghabazar caravanserai

Garghabazar caravanserai was built in 1681 at the hillside, in the centre of Garghabazar village of Fizuli district.

After the occupation of Garghabazar village, the Armenians transformed this historical and architectural monument into a cowshed.
This is just tip of the iceberg.

Armenian armed forces plundered and set alight 12 museums, 6 art galleries and 9 palaces of historical importance. 152 sacred places and temples, including 62 mosques remaining in the occupied territories have fallen victim to this aggression.
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