Old City of Baku

The old city is the central part of the city of Baku. From this place, the history of the capital of Azerbaijan began. Locals call this place Icheri Sheher in translation from the Azerbaijani language means “Inner City”.  The Old City of Baku has visited annually by many tourists from all around the world. The […]

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Gabala – hidden paradise in Azerbaijan

Gabala is a city situated about 225 km from Baku, at the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus mountains. The elevation of the city is 753 meters above sea level. It is a wonderful place to travel and leisure. Usually, the weather is pleasant in spring and fall, hot in summer, and cold in winter. […]

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Baku: Capital of Azerbaijan

Baku is the capital of  Azerbaijan, as well as the largest port on the Caspian Sea. Located on the south coast of the Absheron Peninsula.  Population of Baku stood at 2,269,700 people, up 7,100 people from early 2018 But non officially more than 4 million people lives in Baku. Historians interpret the origin of the […]

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Ateshgah fire temple of baku

There is a fire temple 21 km east of Baku, with permanent natural gas flowing from under the ground. The temple was built by Indian merchants in the 18th century. After Discovering the source of gas, the Hindus from the Ganges started visiting the site to pray. As the merchants praised the place, the number [...]
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