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Mir Movsum Agha
|Mir Mövsüm Ağa|
|Died||17 November 1950|
Mir Movsum Agha (full name Azerbaijani: Seyidəli Mir Abutalıb oğlu Mirmövsümzadə; English: Seyidali Mir Abutalib oghlu Mirmovsumzade 1883 – 17 November 1950) was a physically disabled person, who was believed to have supernatural powers by the residents of Baku and outskirt villages.
The President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev and the First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva are regular visitors to Mir Movsum Aga's sanctuary. The First Lady once donated a carpet decorated with an image of Movsum Mir Aga that was made by painter Kamil Aliyev to the sanctuary. In 2011, historian Tarana Jabiyeva wrote a book about Mir Movsum Agha called "Eternal resident of Icheri-Shahar" that was presented by the Union of Writers of Azerbaijan.
- "Book dedicated to Mir Movsum Aga presented in Baku". Today.az. 2011-03-04. Retrieved 2016-06-24.
- Elliott, Mark (2004-01-01). Azerbaijan: With Excursions to Georgia. Trailblazer. p. 153. ISBN 978-1-873756-79-9.