Ornamental features of Nakhchivan tombs
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The tombs are of special historical significance as well as architectural features. Numerous scientific sources also state that Noah's tomb is in the territory of Nakhchivan, and the notes of world-class western and world thinkers, who even describe the tomb built on Noah's tomb, still form the basis of scientific research. Even the activity of the Prophet Noah in the salt quarries in Nakhchivan is preserved in the legends circulating among the people. The author also notes that "Noah's tomb is
... located on the south side of Nakhchivan, near the remains of an ancient fortress. The current appearance of the tomb was restored in the VIII century. In its present form, the tomb resembles a small tomb rising from the ground. First there was a temple here, then it collapsed. One of the medieval tombs of Nakhchivan is Gulustan tomb. Unlike many medieval tombs, the tomb consists of a tomb and a tomb. The Gulustan mausoleum, which is one of the tower tombs, attracts attention with its unique architectural solution. The tomb of Yusuf Kuseyr oglu is one of the prominent figures of the twentieth century Azerbaijani renaissance, one of the immortal works of Ajami Nakhchivani, a genius of Oriental architecture. The tomb is a monumental historical and cultural monument embodying Turkish-Islamic values. The monument, built by Ajami Abubakr oglu in 1162, is also known as the Atababa Dome. It is clear from his inscription that the tomb was built in honor of Yusif Kuseyr oglu.