The house of Khan's daughter Natavan

XVIII century’s essential architectural monument. İnventory number: 342

Although the architecture of Natavan’s palace is not typical for the architecture of residential buildings in Shusha, still it has a number of very interesting elements. Khurshidbanu Natavan’s house is one of the early properties of Shusha. Natavan's palace has a courtyard covering a large area and a range of service buildings. In 1987, restoration works were carried out in the building, and the house-museum of Khurshidbanu Natavan, which hosted a branch of the National Azerbaijan Literature Museum named after Nizami Ganjavi. In general, the palace complex consisted of four big mansions. There was an underground passage from one building to another through hallways. After the occupation, this large palace complex was heavily destroyed, and the property of the complex was looted

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