COVID-19 travel update in Azerbaijan

COVID-19 travel update in Azerbaijan The health and safety of our residents and visitors is of utmost priority and the Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan is working closely with the World Health Organization to monitor and limit the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19). TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO AZERBAIJAN As a [...]
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Palace of the Shirvanshahs

In the Middle Ages, Baku was Shirvan’s second largest town next to Shamakhy Region. Palace of the shirvanshahs was built on a hill during Shirvanshah Khalilullah’s time (1417-1462). Palace of the Shirvanshahs was declared a museum preserve in 1964. In 2000, the UNESCO World Heritage List included a unique architectural and cultural ensemble, along with […]

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Eight Terrific Things to Do in Baku on Your Next Visit

Have you ever been to this prime location? A state filled with a unique and contrasting blend of old and new architectures plus landmarks? Baku is a culture and oil-rich destination for tourist located in Azerbaijan next to the Caspian sea. The great city houses cutting-edge 21st-century facilities like the flaming towers while telling the […]

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Lahic village

In Azerbaijan, Lahij is the only village where visitors are greeted in English. A poster erected at the entrance to the village reads: “Welcome to Lahij”. This is a unique, and probably the only place where local and foreign tourists are provided with services throughout the year. At the tourism information bureau near the museum, […]

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