Nakhchivan (city)

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Nakhchivan (Naxçıvan, ; ; ) is the capital of the eponymous Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan, located 450 km west of Baku.wikipedia
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Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic

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Nakhchivan (Naxçıvan, ; ; ) is the capital of the eponymous Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan, located 450 km west of Baku.
The administrative capital city is Nakhchivan.

Bulqan

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The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Bulqan (also, Bulgan and Bulghan) is a village and municipality in the Nakhchivan city of Nakhichivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Qaraçuq

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The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Qaraçuq (also, Garachug, Garachyg, Garachukh, and Karachukh) is a village and municipality in the Nakhchivan city of Nakhichivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Başbaşı

The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Başbaşı (also, Bashbashi and Bash-bashy) is a settlement in the municipality of Nakhchivan in Nakhchivan City, Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Qarğalıq, Nakhchivan

Qarağalıq
The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Qarağalıq (also, Garghalyg, Gargalig and Karqalyk) is a settlement in the municipality of Nakhchivan in Nakhchivan City, Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Tumbul

The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Tumbul is a village and municipality in the Nakhchivan city of Nakhichivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Qaraxanbəyli, Nakhchivan

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The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Qaraxanbəyli (also, Garakhanbayli, Karakhanbeyli and Karakhan-begly) is a village and municipality in the Nakhchivan city of Nakhichivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Əliabad, Nakhchivan

Əliabad
The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Əliabad (also, Myasnikabad and Myasnikovabad) is a settlement and municipality in Nakhchivan City, Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Daşduz

The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Daşduz (also, Dashduz and Dash-duz) is a settlement in the municipality of Nakhchivan in Nakhchivan City, Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Haciniyyət

The municipality of Nakhchivan consists of the city of Nakhchivan, the settlement of Əliabad and the villages of Başbaşı, Bulqan, Haciniyyət, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanbəyli, Tumbul, Qarağalıq, and Daşduz.
Haciniyyət (also, Hadzhyniyyat and Hajyniyyet) is a village in the municipality of Tumbul in Nakhchivan city, Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Babek District

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Since June 9, 2009, by the decree of the President of the Azerbaijan Republic, the Bulqan, Garachug, Garakhanbeyli, Tumbul and Haciniyyət villages of the Babek Rayon are included in the scope of the administrative territorial unit of the Nakhchivan city.
Since June 9, 2009, by the decree of the President of the Azerbaijan Republic, the Bulqan, Garachug, Garaxanbeyli, Tumbul and Haciniyyət villages of the Babek Rayon are included in the scope of the administrative territorial unit of Nakhchivan city.

Azerbaijan

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Nakhchivan (Naxçıvan, ; ; ) is the capital of the eponymous Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan, located 450 km west of Baku. Since June 9, 2009, by the decree of the President of the Azerbaijan Republic, the Bulqan, Garachug, Garakhanbeyli, Tumbul and Haciniyyət villages of the Babek Rayon are included in the scope of the administrative territorial unit of the Nakhchivan city.

Continental climate

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Nakhchivan has a continental semi-arid climate (Köppen BSk) with short but cold, snowy winters and long, dry, very hot summers.

Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628

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Emperor Heraclius travelled through the city en route to Atropatene in 623 during the Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628.
Heraclius advanced along the Araxes River, destroying Persian-held Dvin, the capital of Armenia, and Nakhchivan.

Nakhichevansky Uyezd

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The city became the centre of the Nakhichevansky Uyezd in the Erivan Governorate in 1849.
Its administrative center was Nakhichevan.

Momine Khatun Mausoleum

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The city is home Momine Khatun Mausoleum, Gulustan Mausoleum, Noah's Mausoleum, Garabaghlar Mausoleum, Yusif ibn Kuseyir Mausoleum, Imamzadeh mausoleum and Mausoleum of Huseyn Javid mausoleums.
The Mausoleum of Momine Khatun (or Mu'mine Khatun) is located in Nakhchivan City, the capital of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic in Azerbaijan.

Ismail I

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Nakhichevan was conquered by Shahanshah Ismail I in 1503.
After eventually conquering Tabriz and Nakhchivan, Ismail broke the promise he had made to Constantine II, and made both the kingdoms of Kartli as well as Kakheti his vassals.

Baku

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Nakhchivan (Naxçıvan, ; ; ) is the capital of the eponymous Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan, located 450 km west of Baku.

Goghtn

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After the rebellion of 703, Muhammad ibn Marwan had the rebel nobles burnt alive in churches in Nakhichevan and Goghtn in 705.
The city of Nakhchavan was taken, though by the second half of the ninth century the emir of Goght'n had lost it to the Bagratuni kings of Armenia.

Yusif ibn Kuseyir Mausoleum

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The city is home Momine Khatun Mausoleum, Gulustan Mausoleum, Noah's Mausoleum, Garabaghlar Mausoleum, Yusif ibn Kuseyir Mausoleum, Imamzadeh mausoleum and Mausoleum of Huseyn Javid mausoleums.
The Mausoleum of Yusif ibn Kuseyir was built in 1161–1162, in Nakchivan city.

Heydar Aliyev

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It shares the neighbourhood with a statue of its architect - Ajami Nakhchivani - and a bust of Heydar Aliyev.
According to his website, he was born in Nakhchivan City.

Noah’s Mausoleum (Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan)

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The city is home Momine Khatun Mausoleum, Gulustan Mausoleum, Noah's Mausoleum, Garabaghlar Mausoleum, Yusif ibn Kuseyir Mausoleum, Imamzadeh mausoleum and Mausoleum of Huseyn Javid mausoleums.
The Tomb of prophet Noah (Nuh peyğəmbər türbəsi) or Noah’s Mausoleum is a mausoleum in the city of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Imamzadeh complex in Nakhchivan

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The city is home Momine Khatun Mausoleum, Gulustan Mausoleum, Noah's Mausoleum, Garabaghlar Mausoleum, Yusif ibn Kuseyir Mausoleum, Imamzadeh mausoleum and Mausoleum of Huseyn Javid mausoleums.
Imamzadeh (Naxçıvanın İmamzadə kompleksi) - is a complex in Nakhchivan (Azerbaijan), located nearer to other monuments of the city, on the coast of the Aras River.

Muhammad ibn Abi'l-Saj

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Nakhichevan temporarily came under the control of the Kingdom of Armenia in c. 900, but was swiftly taken by Muhammad ibn Abi'l-Saj.
In response Muhammad seized Nakhchivan and Dvin, but was then defeated and decided to make peace.

Erivan Governorate

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The city became the centre of the Nakhichevansky Uyezd in the Erivan Governorate in 1849.