Captive monuments of Khojavand

Khojavand is located on the edge of Agdam-Fuzuli road on the foothill plain. Khojavand is located on the height. Khojavand landscape of mountainous is located at an altitude of 500 meters to 2725 meters above sea level. Khojavand founded in 1930 is consist of low mountainous  and plain area. The total area of 145647 hectares. Population are more than 84000 people. The region is made up of two urban-type settlements and 38 villages. Settlements of Khojavend and Girmizibazar, Garadagly, Omrallar, Muganli, Kuropatkin, Tug, Hakhullu, Salaketin, Sunny, Khatai and others are one of the largest settlements in the region. Azikh cave  belong to oxford-era limestone, located at an altitude of 900 meters above sea level, one of the popular monuments in the world as an ancient settlement of Azerbaijan, with the length of 190 meters is located in 1 kilometer south-east of Azikh village near Fuzuli.  Taglar cave belong to limestone oxfordkimeric era, with the length of 22 meter, located at an altitude of 850 meters above sea level in the south of Mets-Taglar village of the region is of special importance as a historical monument. Khojavand was occupied by armenian armed forces in 2 October 1992. Dozens of national historical-religious monuments in Khojavand have been exposed to spiritual genocide by the enemy.


Historical and religious monuments of Khojavand

1. Albanian church (IV-V century) - Hakhullu village

2. Albanian temple (IV century) - Sos village

3. Albanian temple (V century) - Gatsi village

4. Albanian temple (IV-VI centuries BC) - Susanlik village

5. Albanian Temple (675 BCE) - Tagavard village

6. Two Albanian Temple (701 BCE) - Gatsi village

7. Albanian temple (eighth century) - Gatsi village

8. Albanian temple (900-year) - Vang village

9. Albanian Temple (995 BCE) - Gavakhan village

10. The Albanian temple (the year 1094) - Trakt village

11. Albanian temple (in 1131) - Sakuri village

12. Albanian temple (in 1147) - Mammadzar village

13. Albanian temple (in 1170) - Town of Hadrut

14. Albanian temple (in 1197) - Tug village

15. Albanian temple (in the year 1236) - Guneycartar village

16. Seyed Reza dome (XIV) - Muganly village

17. Rzakulubek dome (XIV) - Hakhullu village

18. Mosque - Muganly village

19. Alban Church - Uchoglan village

20. Albanberd Church - Garakend village

21. Said Musa dome - Nargiztapa area

22. Albanian church - Part of Gizilgaya

23. Ashigli cemetery double dome - The village of Khojavand


Sanctuaries in hostile occupation of Khojavand

1. Djafat shrine - Mastagalar village

2. Sagakh shrine - Sagakh village

3. The tomb of Mir Mehdi Khazanın - Tug village

4. cicim establishments - Khojavend settlement.

5. Pir - Garadaghli village

6. Sanctuary - the village of Khojavand

7. Sanctuary - Salatakin village

8. Worship center - the village Salatakin

9. Bahramli shrine - the territory Bahramli

10. Intent shrine - the territory Bahramli

11. Tomb (XVII) - Khojavend settlement

12. The tomb - villages Khatek


Historical architectural monuments of Khojavand

1. Argusan Castle - Hakhullu village

2. Azikh ancient settlement cave - Salatakin village