Sights of Gubadli region of Azerbaijan liberated from Armenian occupation - PHOTOS

  05 November 2020    Read: 551
  Sights of Gubadli region of Azerbaijan liberated from Armenian occupation -   PHOTOS

The State Tourism Agency of Azerbaijan has shared information about the sights and tourism of Gubadli region, which was liberated from Armenian occupation.

Majority of tourist attractions of our occupied regions have been destroyed as a result of Armenian vandalism for 30 years. It was noted that after the victory, the tourism potential of Karabakh will be developed.

Sights of Gubadli region:

Lalazar Bridge

Lalazar Bridge was built in 1867 on the river Bargushad passing through Aliguluushagi village of Gubadli district.

Haji Badal Bridge

The archless bridge located in Demirchiler village of Gubadli region was built by Haji Badal on the Aga River in the XIX century

The current condition of this historical monument, which connects 15 villages with the district center, is unknown due to the occupation of Gubadli by the Armenian armed forces.

Memer mosque 

Memer Village Mosque belonging to Gubadli region was built in XVIII century.

After the occupation of Gubadli region by the Armenian armed forces in 1993, the mosque was completely destroyed. 

Gurjulu mausoleu

Gurjulu Mausoleu is a historical and architectural monument of the XVIII century located in the territory of Gurjulu village of Gubadli region.

The current condition of the tomb is unknown due to the occupation of the region by Armenian armed forces in 1993.

 


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