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Visited this place last year. Very easy to access from the main road, some of the tombs escaped, but for some out of seven tombs only ruins remain. There are also ancient/old graves surrounding this area.
This is the Royal Mausoleum where the Shirvan khans and many other Muslims were buried. The site is kind of run down and overgrown with weeds and brush--which actually adds to the ambiance of your experience. It is interesting to walk through the graveyard and...More
This is Cemitery, Seven Domes or tumbs . Yeddi Gumbez near Shamakha . Along with the ancient tombs you will see much modern crypts with photos impressed in stone . Some very old ones are painted and inclined stones tombs are very impressive. For some...More
Our driver did not complain but we passed through some very rugged streets to get there. It was very remote but interesting. The afternoon we were there, there were no other visitors. It was nothing like any cemetery I have seen. One was a mausoleum...More
Yeddi Gumbaz mausoleum – is a cemetery located 1,5 km south to Şamaxı where three mausoleums from “Yeddi Gumbaz” group are still saved. Other mausoleums of the group are partly destroyed and are without cupola or walls. The mausoleum belongs to the beginning of the...More
Located little out of the main thoroughfare. Road is very bad and quite steep. Worth a visit though there not much to see. Four of the domed mausoleums are still in good conditions. the tombstones are intricate carved, some are over a millennia old. The...More
I wanted to write a sterling review of this place but could not find a listing on TA - was pretty surprised as this place is well documented in travel guides. In any case, now that it is listed, I highly recommend a visit to...More