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The Baba-Hadji Mausoleum is an Islamic Mausoleum and shared Armenian-Azerbaijani pilgrimage site built in the late 16th or early 17th century and located near the Shvanidzor village of Armenia some seventeen kilometres to the east of Meghri. In 1926 Lisitsian wrote that: "Baba Haji was a Turk and Armenian pilgrimage site not very far from the abandoned Armenian village of Gyumerants or Gumerants, and near the former Armenian village Bolishen."

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  • The Baba-Hadji Mausoleum is an Islamic Mausoleum and shared Armenian-Azerbaijani pilgrimage site built in the late 16th or early 17th century and located near the Shvanidzor village of Armenia some seventeen kilometres to the east of Meghri. In 1926 Lisitsian wrote that: "Baba Haji was a Turk and Armenian pilgrimage site not very far from the abandoned Armenian village of Gyumerants or Gumerants, and near the former Armenian village Bolishen." The Mausoleum is listed as a protected site for the cultural heritage of the ethnic minorities of Armenia by the government under the “Non-Armenian historical and cultural Monuments in Syunik” category and is maintained as state property. (en)
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  • Mausoleum (en)
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  • Baba-Hadji Mausoleum (en)
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  • Drawing of the Mausoleum (en)
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  • Shvanidzor, Syunik, Armenia (en)
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  • The Baba-Hadji Mausoleum is an Islamic Mausoleum and shared Armenian-Azerbaijani pilgrimage site built in the late 16th or early 17th century and located near the Shvanidzor village of Armenia some seventeen kilometres to the east of Meghri. In 1926 Lisitsian wrote that: "Baba Haji was a Turk and Armenian pilgrimage site not very far from the abandoned Armenian village of Gyumerants or Gumerants, and near the former Armenian village Bolishen." (en)
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  • Baba-Hadji Mausoleum (en)
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