in Şuşa Rayonu, Azerbaijan
- Parsabade Moghan Airport (61 mi)
- Ganja Airport (71 mi)
- Nakhchivan Airport (79 mi)
- Gabala International Airport (89 mi)
- Tabriz International Airport (116 mi)
- Zaqatala International Airport (125 mi)
- Zvartnots International Airport (128 mi)
- Khoy Airport (132 mi)
- Ardabil Airport (134 mi)
- Tbilisi International Airport (162 mi)
- Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran (Unesco heritage, 87 mi)
- Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex (Unesco heritage, 119 mi)
- Sheikh Safi al-din Khānegāh and Shrine Ensemble in Ardabil (Unesco heritage, 133 mi)
- Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
- 39.760 and 46.750 (Lat./Lng.)
- Coordinates by Time:
- N 39° 45' 36" and E 46° 44' 59"
- Currency and Currency Code:
- Manat - AZN
- Spoken languages:
- Azerbaijani, Russian, Armenian
- Local electricity:
- 230 V - 50 Hz (plugs: G)
- Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
- 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 3G, 4G
- Local Time: 03:26 AM (Tuesday)
- Timezone: Asia/Baku
- UTC/GMT offset: 4 hours
- Sunrise and Sunset:
- 6:03 am and 7:38 pm
- Antipode Coordinates:
- -27.600 and -144.317 (Lat./Lng.)
- Closest place to antipode coordinates:
- This place on Wikipedia
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Delve into Shushi
Shushi in Şuşa Rayonu with it's 18,662 habitants is located in Azerbaijan about 172 mi (or 276 km) west of Baku, the country's capital town.
Current time in Shushi is now 03:26 AM (Tuesday). The local timezone is named Asia / Baku with an UTC offset of 4 hours. We know of 10 airports close to Shushi, of which 3 are larger airports. The closest is airport we know is Parsabade Moghan Airport in Iran in a distance of 61 mi (or 98 km). The closest airport in Azerbaijan is Ganja Airport in a distance of 71 mi (or 98 km), East. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available (check left side).
There are several Unesco world heritage sites nearby. The closest heritage site is Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran in Iran at a distance of 87 mi (or 140 km). If you need a hotel, we compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre further down the page.
While being here, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Xocali, Lacin, Agdam, Novyy Karanlug and Fizuli. To further explore this place, just scroll down and browse the available info. Let's start with some photos from the area.
Hotels and Places to Stay
Local weather forecast
Todays Local Weather Conditions & Forecast: 4°C / 39 °F
|Morning Temperature||-1°C / 30 °F|
|Evening Temperature||1°C / 34 °F|
|Night Temperature||-1°C / 30 °F|
|Chance of rainfall||3%|
|Air Pressure||1018.4 hPa|
|Wind Speed||Light breeze with 5 km/h (3 mph) from West|
|Cloud Conditions||Overcast clouds, covering 95% of sky|
Tuesday, 23rd of April 2019
5°C (41 °F)
-1°C (31 °F)
Light snow, light breeze, overcast clouds.
Wednesday, 24th of April 2019
6°C (42 °F)
1°C (33 °F)
Light rain, light breeze, broken clouds.
Thursday, 25th of April 2019
6°C (43 °F)
-0°C (32 °F)
Snow, light breeze, broken clouds.
Videos from this area
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Saro Saryan - Sumgait Genocide
Reaction speech by Saro Saryan (President of the Refugee Organisation of NKR) at Artsakh State University in Stepanakert, after watching the premiere of the first film on the Sumgait Genocide,...
VALLEX GARDEN HOTEL Panorama Video
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Nagorno Karabakh Republic message to Azerbaijan - 2012 Artsakh
Our Message To Azerbaijan - 9th of May 2012 in Stepanakert, Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) Republic. ▻ LIKE this page to be always updated: http://www.facebook.com/ArmenianRadioYan.
Artsakh National Anthem [ Vocal ]
www.imArmenian.com // Artsakh National Anthem with vocal Ազատ ու անկախ Արցախ, Քո տուն-ամրոցը կերտեցինք, Պատմությունը մեր երկրի...
Эскорт Сержа Саркисяна Президента Армении President of Armenia Serj Sargsyans escort
via YouTube Capture.
Аварийные здания Степанакерта
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Attractions and noteworthy things
Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.
Shusha, also known as Shushi is a town in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh in the South Caucasus. It has been under the control of the self-proclaimed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic since its capture in 1992 during the Nagorno-Karabakh War. However, it is a de jure part of the Republic of Azerbaijan, with the status of an administrative division of the surrounding Shusha Rayon.
Capture of Shusha
The Capture of Shusha, referred to as the Liberation of Shushi by Armenians and Occupation of Shusha by Azerbaijanis was the first significant military victory by Armenian forces during the Nagorno-Karabakh War. The battle took place in the strategically important mountain town of Shusha (known as Shushi to Armenians) on the evening of May 8, 1992, and fighting swiftly concluded the following day after Armenian forces captured and drove out the defending Azeris.
We Are Our Mountains
"We Are Our Mountains" (Armenian: Մենք ենք մեր սարերը) is a large Armenian monument north of Stepanakert, the capital city of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. The sculpture, completed in 1967 by Sargis Baghdasaryan, is widely regarded as a symbol of Armenian heritage of Nagorno-Karabakh. The monument is made from volcanic tufa, and depicts an old man and woman hewn from rock, representing the mountain people of Karabakh.
Kosalar (Azerbaijani: Kosalar; also, Kesalar and Kyosalar) is a village in Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan. Since 1992 the village together with Khojali district have been under control of the Armenian military forces.
Şuşulu (also, Şüşiilü, Şüşülü, and Shushulu) is a village in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Zarıslı (also, Zarisli, Zarist, and Zarysly) is a village in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Zamanpəyəsi (also, Zaman-Payasy and Zamanpeyasi) is a village in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Dashalty is a village in Nagorno-Karabakh, which is de jure part of Azerbaijan but under secessionist Armenian rule. The population consists of ethnic Armenians, and both the Azerbaijani and Armenian names of the village mean below-the-rock, referring to the sheer vertical cliffs towering above the village, on top of which Shusha is built.
Xəlfəli (also, Khalfali and Khalfalikyshlak) is a village in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Laçınlar (also, Lach’inlar) is a village in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Aşağı Quşçular (also, Ashagy Kushchular and Kushchular) is a village in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Malıbəyli (also, Malibeyli and Malybeyli) or Ajapnyak is a village located de facto in Shushi Province of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and de jure in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Fakhlul (also, Pakhlyu) is a village in Khankendi, Azerbaijan.
Sığnax (also, Sghnakh, Signakh, and Sygnakh) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Muxtar (Armenian: Մխիթարիշեն - Mkhitarishen) (also Mkhitarkent) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan. In Azeri, muxtar means autonomous. Since the Nagorno-Karabakh war the village has been administered by the de facto Nagorno-Karabakh Republic as part of Askeran Province.
Şuşakənd (also, Shosh, Shushekend, Shushikend, and Şuşikənd) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Qeybalı (also, Ghaibalou and Keybaly) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Daşkənd (anglicized Dashkend, Armenian: Դաշըւշեն) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan. Since the Nagorno-Karabakh war the town has been administered by the de facto Nagorno-Karabakh Republic as part of Askeran Province.
Dağdağan (Armenian: Կռասնի - Krasni) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan. Since the Nagorno-Karabakh war the village has been administered by the de facto Nagorno-Karabakh Republic as part of Askeran Province.
Kərkicahan (also, Kərgicahan, Kirdidzhan, Kirkidzhan, and Krkzhan) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Cəmilli (also, Dzhamilli and Dzhamillu) is a village in the Khojali Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Qaybalı is a village in the Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Ganja Gate of Shusha is one of four entrance gates to Shusha fortress in Shusha Rayon of Azerbaijan. Shusha is currently under control of Armenian forces since the occupation of Shusha on May 8, 1992.
Malibeyli and Gushchular Massacre
Malibeyli and Gushchular Massacre (Azerbaijani: Malıbəyli və Quşçular qətliamı) were incidents in which eight civilians were killed, according to Helsinki Watch, and according to Azerbaijani sources, 15-50 (exact number unknown) ethnic Azerbaijani civilians, by Armenian irregular armed units in simultaneous attacks on the villages of Malibeyli, Ashaghi Gushchular, and Yukhari Gushchular of Shusha district of Azerbaijan, on 10–12 February 1992 during the Nagorno-Karabakh War.
Stepanakert Stadium is an all-seater multi-use stadium in Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.
These are some bigger and more relevant cities in the wider vivinity of Shushi.
This place is known by different names. Here the ones we know:
Shoushi, Shusha, Shushi, Шуша, Şuşa, شوشی, שושה, Շուշի, Shushe, Շուշե, Szusza