The İmamzadə, Azerbaijan's most impressive Islamic structure, is a masterpiece of brickwork and Central Asian–style blue majolica tiles nearing completion on the northern edge of Gəncə, replacing a far-more-modest 19th-century equivalent. Though evidence seems sketchy, the site is considered to be the grave of Maulana Ibrahim, son of the 5th Shiite Imam, Muhammad al-Baqir.

Access is by hourly bus 18 from Gəncə train station (7km).