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Panah Ali Khan’s Palace (Azerbaijani: Pənahəli xanın sarayı) or Imarat Panah Ali Khan (Azerbaijani: Pənahəli xanın imarəti) is the residence of the Karabakh khan Panah Ali Khan Javanshir, situated in the city of Agdam. Near the palace is located the Imarat cemetery - the Javanshir family cemetery. The name of the city of Aghdam comes from the residence of the Imarat. By the order of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated with 2 August 2001, the palace was taken under the state protection as an architectural monument of local importance (No. 4026).

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  • Дворец Панах Али-хана (Агдам)
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  • Panah Ali Khan’s Palace (Azerbaijani: Pənahəli xanın sarayı) or Imarat Panah Ali Khan (Azerbaijani: Pənahəli xanın imarəti) is the residence of the Karabakh khan Panah Ali Khan Javanshir, situated in the city of Agdam. Near the palace is located the Imarat cemetery - the Javanshir family cemetery. The name of the city of Aghdam comes from the residence of the Imarat. By the order of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated with 2 August 2001, the palace was taken under the state protection as an architectural monument of local importance (No. 4026).
  • Дворец Панах Али-хана (азерб. Pənahəli xanın sarayı) или Имарат Панах Али-хана (азерб. Pənahəli xanın imarəti) — резиденция карабахского хана Панах Али-хана Джеваншира в городе Агдам. Рядом с дворцом находится — родовое кладбище Джеванширов. От резиденции Имарат происходит название города Агдам. Распоряжением Кабинета министров Азербайджанской Республики от 2 августа 2001 года дворец взят под охрану государства как архитектурный памятник местного значения (инв № 4026).
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  • Panah Ali Khan’s Palace (Azerbaijani: Pənahəli xanın sarayı) or Imarat Panah Ali Khan (Azerbaijani: Pənahəli xanın imarəti) is the residence of the Karabakh khan Panah Ali Khan Javanshir, situated in the city of Agdam. Near the palace is located the Imarat cemetery - the Javanshir family cemetery. The name of the city of Aghdam comes from the residence of the Imarat. By the order of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated with 2 August 2001, the palace was taken under the state protection as an architectural monument of local importance (No. 4026).
  • Дворец Панах Али-хана (азерб. Pənahəli xanın sarayı) или Имарат Панах Али-хана (азерб. Pənahəli xanın imarəti) — резиденция карабахского хана Панах Али-хана Джеваншира в городе Агдам. Рядом с дворцом находится — родовое кладбище Джеванширов. От резиденции Имарат происходит название города Агдам. Распоряжением Кабинета министров Азербайджанской Республики от 2 августа 2001 года дворец взят под охрану государства как архитектурный памятник местного значения (инв № 4026).
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