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Shusha

130805.htm title Maestro Niyazi accessdate 2010-12-10 His father was the composer Zulfugar Hajibeyov. He is the nephew of Uzeyir Hajibeyov, the founder of the Azeri classical music. He was playing the violin in "Qırmızı Kadet" Turkish military orchestra in 1921. He studied at the Gnessin Music School in Moscow in 1925-1926. In 1929-30 he studied at the Central Musical Technical School in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), but dropped out due to health problems. He returned to Baku in 1931. Right after that he was sent to Dagestan where he met his future wife Həchər khanum. Hecher Khanum's family would not approve of the marriage. So she and Niyazi decided to run away and secretly married. They lived a very difficult yet fulfilling life. The great love of his wife gave him strengths to produce most of his masterpieces, which contributed to Azerbaijan's and the musical treasury of the rest of the world. isbn 0-07-254975-0 page 164 Yamskov, A. N. "Ethnic Conflict in the Transcausasus: The Case of Nagorno-Karabakh." ''Theory and Society'', Vol. 20, No. 5, Special Issue on Ethnic Conflict in the Soviet Union October 1991, p. 659. Retrieved on 13 February 2007. The capital was moved from Shusha to Khankendi, which was later renamed as Stepanakert. thumb 200px left The road leading up to Shusha was the scene of a famous battle between Armenian and Azerbaijani armored vehicles. (File:Ridge Shushi battle.JPG) When Armenians launched one of the first offensives, at Stepanakert on 13 February 1988, many Azerbaijanis fled to the stronghold of Shusha. On 28 March Azerbaijani side by deploying attack on Stepanakert, from the village Dzhangasan attacked enemy positions above the village Kirkidzhan (Kərkicahan), and in the afternoon the next day took up positions in close proximity to the city, but were quickly repulsed by the Armenians. was repulsed but the war was to continue for a year and a half. The book describes the love of Ali for Nino, with excursions to mountain villages in Daghestan (Republic of Dagestan), Shusha in Azerbaijan, Tbilisi, Georgia and Persia. Upon graduating from high school, Ali determines to marry Nino. At first she hesitates, until Ali promises that he will not make her wear the veil, or be part of a harem. Ali's father, despite his Muslim traditional view of women, supports the marriage; Nino's father tries to postpone the marriage.


Dagestan

. In 1929-30 he studied at the Central Musical Technical School in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), but dropped out due to health problems. He returned to Baku in 1931. Right after that he was sent to Dagestan where he met his future wife Həchər khanum. Hecher Khanum's family would not approve of the marriage. So she and Niyazi decided to run away and secretly married. They lived a very difficult yet fulfilling life. The great love of his wife gave him strengths to produce most of his masterpieces, which contributed to Azerbaijan's and the musical treasury of the rest of the world. Geliskhanov then became a guerrilla leader, gaining reputation as one of the top separatist field commanders. Sebastian Smith, ''Allah's Mountains: The Battle for Chechnya'', p.180 According to Human Rights Watch, Ishkoy-Yurt, a village located directly across the border with Dagestan, was reportedly "marked for special retribution" by Russian troops on April 20 because it was the home of Geliskhanov, "a leading Dudayev loyalist". Russia: Partisan War in Chechnya on the Eve of the WWII Commemoration, Human Rights Watch, 1 May 1995 In April–May there were false rumours that he has been "liquidated" by a covert FSK assassination squad. Chechnya: No Afghanistan, ''The Moscow Times'', 13 April 1995 Russian hit squad believed to target Chechen leaders: Pentagon analysts cite April attack, ''The Washington Times'', May 12, 1995 Atgeriev was a former Soviet traffic police officer and a veteran of the Georgian-Abkhazian War. During the First Chechen War he coordinated all units during the battles of Grozny and served as a field commander of the Shelkovsky District of Chechnya, including taking part in the 1996 Kizlyar-Pervomayskoye hostage crisis in Dagestan. Later, he became a Deputy Prime Minister in the government of the Chechen President Aslan Maskhadov. WikiPedia:Dagestan commons:Дагестан


Tbilisi

His father was the composer Zulfugar Hajibeyov. He is the nephew of Uzeyir Hajibeyov, the founder of the Azeri classical music. He was playing the violin in "Qırmızı Kadet" Turkish military orchestra in 1921. He studied at the Gnessin Music School in Moscow in 1925-1926. In 1929-30 he studied at the Central Musical Technical School in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), but dropped out due to health problems. He returned to Baku in 1931. Right after that he was sent to Dagestan where he met his future wife Həchər khanum. Hecher Khanum's family would not approve of the marriage. So she and Niyazi decided to run away and secretly married. They lived a very difficult yet fulfilling life. The great love of his wife gave him strengths to produce most of his masterpieces, which contributed to Azerbaijan's and the musical treasury of the rest of the world. '''Kakhaber Gogichaishvili''' (born 31 October 1968) is a retired football defender who was capped 27 times for Georgia (Georgia national football team) between 1992 and 2000. He scored 1 goal, a penalty kick in Georgia's 6-3 win over Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan national football team) in 1992 (Azerbaijan's first international match). On club level Gogichaishvili played for Tbilisi clubs Shevardeni-1906 (Shevardeni-1906 Tbilisi), Dinamo (FC Dinamo Tbilisi), Lokomotivi (FC Lokomotivi Tbilisi) and Merani-Olimpi Tbilisi (FC Merani-Olimpi Tbilisi). '''Freydun Bet-Abram Atturaya''' ( Commons:Category:Tbilisi


Baku

at the Central Musical Technical School in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), but dropped out due to health problems. He returned to Baku in 1931. Right after that he was sent to Dagestan where he met his future wife Həchər khanum. Hecher Khanum's family would not approve of the marriage. So she and Niyazi decided to run away and secretly married. They lived a very difficult yet fulfilling life. The great love of his wife gave him strengths to produce most of his masterpieces, which contributed to Azerbaijan's and the musical treasury of the rest of the world. Biography thumb 220px Factory of Shukhov cracking process (File:Russian Cracking.jpg), Baku, USSR, 1932 *An oil pipeline (Pipeline transport), the first in the Russian Empire, between Balkhany and Cherny Gorod near Baku (12 km, 1878 complete, used by the Branobel). By 1883 the total length of Shukhov-designed, Bari-built oil pipelines in Baku exceeded 94 km, transporting 30,000 barrels of oil per day. In 1894, a similar pipeline network was built in Grozny. Shukhov designed the first Trans-Caucasian kerosene pipeline between Baku and Batumi (Baku-Batumi pipeline) (835 km long) and Grozny-Tuapse pipeline (Grozny-Tuapse oil pipeline) (618 km long). thumb Alexander Mirzayan. (Image:Alexander Mirzayan.jpg) '''Alexander Zavenovich Mirzayan''' ( Commons:Category:Baku


Saint Petersburg

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