Mosque in the Dadali village (Dadali Mosque) of Fuzuli

The Dadali Mosque in the Dadali village of the Fuzuli district of Azerbaijan was built in the nineteenth century. It follows the architectural style of the monuments built by Karbalayi Safikhan Garabaghi. With its unique architecture, like other mosques of the Karabakh region, it has some similarities with other religious monuments of the region. The main entrance of the Dadali Mosque is on the right side of the building. The windows of the Mosque are mainly for lighting prayer halls. Like most mosques, the Dadali Mosque also has a special hall for the use of women. There are five wooden columns inside the Mosque, which divide the interior of the Dedeli Mosque with 9.43m bays into two naves.[1]

The fate of the Dadali Mosque was like other historical monuments of the Karabakh region after the occupation of the Fuzuli district by the Armenian Armed Forces in 1993. It has been destroyed and plundered by Armenians during its 27 years of occupation.

[1] Garabaghli, Rizvan, “Monuments of Architecture in Fizuli (Mosques)”, Problems of Arts and Culture: International scientific journal, No. 1(67), 2019, p. 70.