Amiraddin Masud Nakhchivani

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Amiraddin Masud Nakhchivani
Born 12th century
Nationality Azerbaijani
Known for Architect

Amiraddin Masud Nakhchivani (Azerbaijani: Əmirəddin Məsud Naxçıvani) – was an architect of the twelfth century and a representative of the Architectural school of Nakhchivan.[1]

Amiraddin Masud Nakhchivani lived in a palace of the Eldiguzids and was the follower of the architectural style of Ajami Nakhchivani. He constructed both religious and public buildings. He also had poetical abilities, too.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Naxçıvanın memarlıq inciləri". Azerbaijan National Library. 
  2. ^ "Azərbaycan milli memarlığı". Azerbaijan National Library.