Lemberansky Alish Djamilevich is the legendary MeR of Baku


Alish Lemberansky was born in 1914 in the family of the famous Azerbaijani surgeon Cemil Lemberansky in the village of Lemberan in Barda district. Almost nothing is known about Alish Djamilevich's childhood and youth. According to her younger sister Safura, she has three more children besides her family - her older sister Said and two brothers - Alish and Firuz.- Alish was more calm, more cautious, and more modest and even shy than the other children. Ms. Safura says that after she graduated from the Azerbaijan Institute of Industry, the Faculty of Oil Culture (now Oil Academy) she settled in a sister factory because she believed that she needed to go through all the stages of professional development to become a true expert.At the age of 27, Alish Dhamilevich has already served as director of a refinery. From this position, he voluntarily went to war before returning from the Polish war some time ago. For a short time, Lemberansky proved himself to be a brave warrior and was awarded with orders and medals. In early 1943 Rostov He is seriously wounded in the battles. After the war, in 1950, Lemberansky received a personal salary, the decision was personally signed by Stalin. A copy of the decree was kept. Itta Kardash, a friend and ally of those years, reminiscent of Lemberansky's activities during the war, said Lemberansky's name had already been heard in Baku. He was talking about his extraordinary energy and business in the city. Even then, Alish Jamilevic was a new type of leader. Charming, witty, intelligent in communicating with people, she was able to reveal the toughness of the character and the decisiveness of her position. For Lemberanski, construction was a favorite activity, and the passion for construction was evident, especially when he was chairman of the executive committee of the Baku People's Deputies Council.

Witnesses for his appointment say that it was unusual and unexpected. Residents of Baku remember the rapid change in the city's appearance after Lemberanski's appointment. At the instruction of the mayor, new parks and gardens have been demolished. Pumpkin and pine trees were planted in the streets.The boulevard is also gradually decorative shrubs and fruit began to turn into a marvelous seaside park with trees. The construction of the second stage has begun. Baku Boulevard was considered the best in the Soviet Union in terms of beauty, and the city's inhabitants were proud of it.According to witnesses, there was a problem of drinking water in the area called Sovetskaya. People were carrying water with cobwebs, descending and climbing up a steep staircase. Residents complained to Lemberansky, and later came water trucks lining the courtyard. The mayor personally ordered women and elderly people to be on duty. Thanks to such control and attention of the Chairman of Lembaranski, the issue of water supply was soon solved.The life of Ali Lemberanski is a great example of how to serve people.Alish Lemberanski died in 1999. 

Alish Dzhamilevich went around everywhere with a camera, capturing the most interesting and liked architectural structures. So, from the Scandinavian countries he brought the “Pearl”, as well as the architectural idea of ​​the cafe “Nargiz”. "Swans" in the pool on the boulevard is also his idea, as well as the personification of the three elements - the sun, air and water - the "Three Graces" in the Molokan Garden, which disappeared in the early nineties and returned to the city by the current mayor Hajibala Abutalybov. For that, relatives of the famous mayor and Baku people are grateful to him.