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Fragments of the Keygubad mosque
 
      The mosque was built in the period of Shirvanshah Keyqubad I ibn Farrukhzad II (1317-1356).
      The mosque was squared form with four columns under the cupola. Some suggest that Seyid Yakhya Bakuvi taught here Shirvanshahs’ children. This mosque was burned and destroyed in March 31, 1918 by armenian barbarians.
According to measures of the architect İsmail bay Nabioglu before the fire, destroyed mosque was fragmentally restored in 2005.
 

 

 
 
 
The complex of Shirvanshahs palace
    The Ensemble of Shirvanshahs' Palace built in the XV century, is one of the pearls of Azerbaijanian architecture. The construction of the palace are situated on the highest point of one of the hills of «Icheri Sheher» - Baku fortress. Being picturesquely spread over three terrace - yards towered above each other the ensemble is seen from the sea and heights surrounding the city. The buildings crowned with cupolas with the well-proportioned portals and minaret, irreproachably made details, inimitable kind of fine and deep carving of ornaments and inscriptions, splendid masonry have come down to us in all their beauty.
    The ensemble contains dwelling - house, «Divanxane», Shirvanshahs' tomb Palace mosque with a minaret, bath-house, SeyidYahyaBakuvies Mausoleum, Eastern portal.
    Divankhane was the place for official receptions and state meetings. Rotunda of Divankhane is crowned with the cutstone cupola with pointed arch surrounded by the same arcade of closed yard. A high, well - proportioned portal of the main entrance is decorated with ornaments and inscriptions of unusual polish and beauty.
 
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