Khan’s daughter Natavan’s House is a historical and architectural monument belonging to the 18th century in Shusha city. On the first floor of the building there are seven rooms, which are serviceable and intended for the living of the servants. There are three entrance gates in the south. Among them, the gate in the middle leads to the corridor, and the other two gates - to the side rooms. Natavan’s Palace also has a courtyard covering a big territory and a variety of service facilities in this courtyard. It was built by the architect Karbalayi Safikhan Karabaghi. On October 10, 1932, Shusha Music School was established and functioned in the building which was the house of Khan’s daughter Natavan. After the occupation of Shusha by Armenian armed forces in 1992, Natavan’s Palace was destroyed and turned into ruins.