Gulustan tomb was constructed 1 kilometer far away to east from Gulustan village of Julfa district, exactly on the left bank of Araz river in the 12th century. While embracing the creativity of Ajami Abubakroglu Nakhchivani, Gulustan tomb built as a unique work of art due to its originality, construction technique, embroidery on the trunk, appearance and architectural solution.
Gulustan Tomb is called as “Kesik Gunbaz” (Cut Dome) in some sources. The monument consists of two parts: a vault and a tomb.
Gulustan Tomb was renovated by the order (dated 7 October 2015) of Chairman of the Supreme Assembly of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic.