Shusha has tourism potential


November 10, Fineko/abc.az. Vusal Gasimli, the executive director of the Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms & Communications, has commented on the news about Shusha's release.

ABC.AZ reports that Gasimli noted that Shusha can bring back the glory of the Caucasus Conservatory: “Various musical events, music schools, the conservatory, the musical instrument industry, and the Khary Bulbul festival will bring back the glory of the city. Shusha also has potential for tourism development. Although the Shusha historical monuments and museums (Palace of Panahali Khan, Yukhari Govhar Agha Mosque, Ashagi Govhar Aga Mosque, House of Khurshidbanu Natavan, Mausoleum of Molla Panah Vagif, Shusha Cave Camp, the Shusha Fortress), intensive restoration work will be conducted there. Shusha has great opportunities for health, historical and cultural tourism. Pastures Turshsu, springs Sakili, Isa, Shamil, as well as Cidir-duzu and other attractions promise broad prospects for tourism. And the therapeutic and health-improving water of Turshsu is a prerequisite for the development of health tourism. Shusha can also develop as one of the centers of Karabakh carpet weaving.”