Norwegian travelers' visit to Shusha commences-PHOTO-VIDEO-UPDATED

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# 02 May 2024 12:14 (UTC +04:00)

The 30-member team of international travelers from Norway's 'Vagaclub' has visited the city of Shusha, APA's Garabagh bureau reports.

The travelers visited the Fortress Walls of Shusha. Here, they were informed about the history of Shusha City and the construction of the Fortress Walls. It was noted that the fortress, built by the ruler of Garabagh, Panahali Khan, protected the city from external interventions for a long time and was a symbol of invincibility. During the occupation period, the fortress walls were subjected to Armenian vandalism. After the liberation of Shusha from occupation, restoration works were carried out in the fortress. Guests also visited the house of Khurshidbanu Natavan, "Khan gizi" spring, the Ganja gate of the Shusha fortress, and the Jidir Duzu (Jidir Plain).

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The 30-member team of international travelers from Norway's National Club of Travelers, Vagaclub, have begun their visit to Shusha City, APA's Garabagh bureau reports.

The travelers began to get acquainted with Shusha. The guests first visited the central square of the city, where the monuments of Khurshidbanu Natavan, Bulbul, and Uzeyir Hajibeyli that the Armenian invaders shot, were placed.

An employee of the Shusha City State Reserve Department informed the guests about the city and the shot statues.

The Vaga club is led by 35-year-old young world traveler Jorn Augesta. This time young people dominate the team, almost all of them have visited more than 150 countries.

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