Petrut Calinescu

Agdam, Nagorno Karabakh

A cow walks on a road at the edge of Agdam. The minarets visible in the background are those of the 19th Century Agdam Mosque, one of the city's few remaining intact buildings. Once a city of around 50,000 people, in 1993 the Azeri population of Agdam fled after it was captured by Armenian forces of Nagorno Karabakh. Much of the city's infrastructure was subsequently destroyed to prevent its re-population and currently it is an abandoned ghost town, although a few hundred people still eke out a living among its ruins.

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Petrut Calinescu
City
Agdam
Country
Nagorno Karabakh
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none
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4256 x 2832 pixels
36.03 x 23.98 cm (300 dpi)
14.19 x 9.44 inch (300 dpi)
4.1 MB size on disk
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