Qarğabazar, Fuzuli

For the place in Armenia, see Haykashen.

Coordinates: 39°32′23″N 47°09′23″E / 39.53972°N 47.15639°E / 39.53972; 47.15639


Coordinates: 39°32′23″N 47°09′23″E / 39.53972°N 47.15639°E / 39.53972; 47.15639

Country  Azerbaijan
Rayon Fizuli
Time zone AZT (UTC+4)
 • Summer (DST) AZT (UTC+5)

Qarğabazar (also, Garghabazar and Kargabazar) is a village in the Fizuli Rayon of Azerbaijan. It is located in the southern part of Füzuli city, at the foot of Ilanlidag Mountain (559,7 m),[1] at a height of 460 meters. Since 1993, the village is under the control of unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (according to resolutions of the United Nations Security Council these territories are occupied by Armenian forces).


  • Caravanserai built in 1681.
  • Giyas ad-Din Mosque, built in the 17th century.[2]
  • There was a Russo-Tatar (Russo-Azerbaijani) primary school in the village during the pre-revolutionary period.[3][4]

Famous natives

  • Gubad Gasimov, music expert, Honorary Art Worker of Azerbaijan
  • Bahadur Eyvazov, dermatologist, Honorary Doctor and Honored Science Worker of Azerbaijan
  • Sardar Sardarov, architect, Honorary Architect of Azerbaijan
  • Bunyad Sardarov (1889-1919), revolutionary


  • GEOnet Names Server
  • Azerbaijan Development Gateway

External links

  • Qargabazar, Azerbaijan Page

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