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Javadkhan Mausoleum, Ganja Javadkhan Mausoleum More recently on the territory of the historical complex in the yard of the mosque on the site of the fearless ruler of Ganja - Javadkhan who was killed on January 3rd, 1804 in the battle protecting Ganja from foreign invaders the Tomb was built.
In the early years, the museum had two departments, ethnography and agriculture, with more than 500 exhibits. In 1954, Ganja Museum was moved to the address of Azizbeyov 260, when the museum consisted of seven large halls, and three departments: natural science, pre-revolution, and Soviet period.
The Nizami Mausoleum (Azerbaijani: Nizami məqbərəsi), built in honor of the 12th-century poet Nizami Ganjavi, stands just outside the city of Ganja, Azerbaijan. The mausoleum was originally built in 1947 in place of an old collapsed mausoleum, and rebuilt in its present form in 1991.
Ganja Shah Abbas Caravanserai. Ganja is Azerbaijan’s second largest city with a population close of about 325,200. For a short period, Ganja renamed Abbasabad by Shah Abbas after war against the Ottomans. He built a new city 8 kilometres (5 miles) to the southwest of the old one, but the name changed back to Ganja during the time.