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  • The magnificent 12th-century mausoleum of Momine Khatun, the wife of Ildegizid ruler, Great Atabeg Jahan Pehlevan, is the main attraction of modern Nakhchivan.Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic-Wikipedia
  • The Gulustan tomb which was built under the influence of the Momuna Khatun Tomb at the beginning of the 13th century belongs to the tower shaped tombs group of Azerbaijan.Gülüstan, Nakhchivan-Wikipedia
  • The architectural elements of the tomb's entrance arch, is similar to the details of the Mömünə Xatun (Momine Khatun Mausoleum) mausoleum.Xanəgah, Julfa-Wikipedia
  • The main sight in the city is the heavily restored 12th-century Momine Khatun Mausoleum, also known as Atabek Gumbezi.Nakhchivan (city)-Wikipedia
  • Monuments of culture were portrayed in his landscapes "Momine Khatun Mausoleum", "Ashabi-kahf Mountain", and "Prophet Noah's grave".Bahruz Kangarli-Wikipedia
  • The masterpiece of Ajami is the Momina-Khatun's mausoleum, also known as the Atabey's Cupola - Atabei Gumbazi.Ajami Nakhchivani-Wikipedia

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