^^Only some high-rises are missing
Let me rephrase that : They gave our land Nahikhevan to Azerbaijan. Now that makes a lot more sense now.Unfortunately we lost land connection with Nakhchivan and Turkey after when soviets gave our land Zangazur to armenia during soviet period. Otherwise our country would be developed very fast after collapse of SU.
You do not know history and do not try to false it as usually. Go check Azerbaijan Map before 1920(When Soviets occupied Azerbaijan). Azerbaijan in 1918 was independent first Democratic Republic in all East. And it had more lands than now.Let me rephrase that : They gave our land Nahikhevan to Azerbaijan. Now that makes a lot more sense now.
Thank you very much, but we all are familiar with the history. Enough with false information here. Nakhchivan has never been a part of Armenia. Before it was a part of Iravan Khanate and then after the collapse of Russian Empire it was in Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, although Armenians even at that time put an eye to that land. The end was all this was a mistake of ADR when they agreed to give Zangazur to Armenia. But they never knew that Armenians would always have a good appetite. This nation can not be satisfied, it need more and more lands from all of its neighbours.I am familiar with the history of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Irevan Khanate. Are you? I can tell you all about it if you'd like.
I don't require poor scholarship, I know my country's history and origins very well. And oh yes, we don't keep like armenian soldiers cows in Karabakh mosques. But who blames you, intelligence and discipline comes from parentsI am familiar with the history of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Irevan Khanate. Are you? I can tell you all about it if you'd like.
The "true version" above happened by hard work of armenian diaspora in California (where Wikipedia office located).Study the true history of Nakhichevan, and not the azeri version written by the "great" Ziya Buniatov.
One more thing , the Irevan Khanate has nothing to do with modern Azerbaijan. It's part of Iranian history.