Azerbaijani Shusha region after Armenian occupation- PHOTOS

  21 October 2015    Read: 3402
Azerbaijani Shusha region after Armenian occupation- PHOTOS
AzVision.az publishes the latest photos from Shusha.

On 8th of May, 1992 the Armenian armed forces occupied historical and ancient city Shusha, Azerbaijani–populated administrative centre within Nagorno Karabakh region of the Republic of Azerbaijan. 24,900 people lived in the city Shusha having 289 square kilometres of area before the invasion. As a result of military invasion 195 fellow countrymen became martyrs, 165 were wounded and 58 were taken hostage. Armenian vandals plundered museums having thousands of exhibits, destroyed hundreds of historical-cultural monuments, desecrated holy temples and mosques, annihilated numerous unique manuscripts and ruined educational and health facilities during the invasion of the city.

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