Guided tours in Azerbaijan

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Interesting facts about Azerbaijan

Located on the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan is a former Soviet republic that is full of historic sights and beautiful landscapes. The country is surrounded by the Caucasus Mountains, which span both Europe and Asia, and the city of Baku, the capital, is known for its medieval walled Inner City.


Located in the western part of Azerbaijan, Ganja is the second largest city in the country. It is the oldest city in the Caucasus. It has been part of the Persian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and the Russian Empire. It is a very hospitable city that has a rich history. It is also known as the birthplace of the famous poet Nizami Ganjavi.

The city's most famous landmark is the Bottle House. This is a private residence built by a local resident in the 1960s. The house was constructed from over 48,000 glass bottles. The walls of the house are decorated with inscriptions in the language of Ganja. It was built in memory of a brother who went missing in World War II.

Another landmark is the Nizami mausoleum, which is dedicated to the revered Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi. He is considered a great poet of the 12th century.

Ganja is also home to the ancient Shah Abbas Mosque, also known as Juma Mosque. The mosque has two minarets and a madrasa. The mosque is a historical building that was constructed in 1776. The mosque also has a graveyard.

The city of Ganja is also home to several other notable attractions. The largest of them is the Heydar Aliyev Park Complex. This park covers 450 hectares and is the largest park in the Caucasus. It is a great place for a picnic and to relax. There is an amphitheater that can accommodate 3500 people. There are also several museums and fountains that are a great attraction.

Icheri Seher

Located in the historic centre of the city, Icheri Seher is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a 22-hectare area with several historic monuments and architectural wonders. This area is also home to more than one hundred commercial and catering facilities.

The Icheri Sheher complex is a great source of interest for Baku visitors. It is also an important part of Azerbaijan's cultural inheritance. The area includes 28 monuments. In 2000, Icheri Sheher was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The area is filled with historical monuments, churches, mosques and other architectural wonders. It is also an excellent place for souvenir shopping. There are numerous museums and commercial facilities.

Among the highlights of Icheri Seher is the Maiden Tower, which has been designated as a landmark of the city. It is located on Oilmen Avenue and provides panoramic views of the city. It was once a part of the fortified walls of Azerbaijan. It is 28 meters tall and a part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Another popular attraction is the Palace of the Shirvanshahs. It was built during the reign of Shirvanshah I Khalilullah. It features a mosque, a garden, fountains, and burial vaults.

There is a museum of archeology and ethnography. It has archaeological finds from the prehistoric period. It also has miniature books from 62 countries. It also has a museum of archeology and ethnography, which contains archaeological finds from the prehistoric period.

Yanar Dag

Located on the Absheron Peninsula, Yanar Dag is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Azerbaijan. The mountain is known for its burning flame outlets. It is also one of the most important places in Zoroastrianism. It played a major role in the creation of Zoroastrianism.

The Yanar Dagh is a natural gas fire which is continuously burning on the mountain. The flames reach three meters in height. It is also known as "the Fire Mountain". The area is under the state protection.

When visiting Yanar Dag, you can watch the flames from the nearby benches. During rainy days, the flames will change color. At night, it is most beautiful. The flames burn for four to five hours.

The ancient Azerbaijani people have always considered the Yanar Dag as a sacred view. The name derived from the Persian word for fire. In fact, this site has been burning for thousands of years.

Locals and tourists alike flock to this site in the evening. The Yanar Dagh is one of the few examples of fire mountains that still exist.

The locals believe that the water from the streams is full of healing properties. Despite this, the village has been listed as an endangered site by the World Monuments Fund.

Azerbaijan is a relatively new country, but it is rich in oil and gas. The country has a Mediterranean atmosphere and retains its old charm. Its unique resources make it a great tourist destination.

Absheron National Park

Located in Azerbaijan, the Absheron National Park is a protected area that stretches across 783 hectares. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including gazelles, Caspian seals, jackals and wolves. The park also features rolling dunes, arid Plains and crystal clear waters of the Caspian Sea.

The Absheron National Park is a part of Caspian Hyrcanian mixed forests ecoregion. It is a natural preserve that was created in July 1969. The park features a semi-desert climate, which is very specific to the area. The park's ecosystem changes with the flow of water.

The park also protects waterfowl migration routes. It features a variety of lakes, including Zigh, Kurdakhani, Qala, Boyukshor and Khojahasan. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife, including wolves, jackals, gazelles and water birds. It is home to the Caspian seal, which is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the smallest seal in the world.

The park is also home to a large number of wild gazelles and jungle cats. It is also home to the rare East Caucasian tur, a mountain dwelling goat antelope. It is only found in the eastern half of the Caucasus Mountains.

The Absheron National Park is located about 60 kilometers south of Baku. It is easily accessible by local buses. A guide will accompany visitors as they explore the park.

The Absheron National Park is home to a wide range of animals, including fox, jackals, badgers, gazelles, wolves and rabbits. The park also features side routes and observation areas.

Shikhov Beach

Located along the Caspian Sea, Shikhov Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Azerbaijan. It is located 9.5 km south of Baku city center and is easily accessible by bus number 125.

Shikhov Beach is popular with locals and tourists alike. It has two large swimming pools and a children's pool. The beach also has lounges and loungers. The water is crystal clear, and the beach is relatively clean.

Shikhov Beach is surrounded by an aqua park. The club has a variety of amenities, including a play park and a whirlpool. It has bars and restaurants, and there are jet skis available for rental.

There are also many hotels and resorts in the area. Some of these hotels offer a free public beach, which is located near the main areas of Baku. You can also pay for a rental of a sun lounger or a parasol. You may have to pay in local currency, however.

Azerbaijan is a beautiful country with stunning beaches, national parks and water bodies. You will find seaside resorts, beautiful landscapes, and a variety of historical attractions. The country is a crossroads of civilizations. It is also home to some of the best beaches in the Caucasus. Whether you are looking for a family beach, an unspoiled beach, or a beach that offers a variety of water activities, Azerbaijan has the beach for you.

Heydar Aliyev Center

Designed by renowned Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, Heydar Aliyev Center is one of the most famous buildings in Baku. The design focuses on establishing a continuous relationship between the building's exterior and interior. Its distinctive design incorporates elaborate formations and uses space in an innovative way.

The building's exterior resembles a wavy rise from the ground to the sky. The structure features a glass curtain wall system that forms a white roof. The building's interior consists of large glass-paneled walls, natural materials, and steel frames. The building's interior also hosts several exhibition spaces, concerts, and workshops.

Heydar Aliyev Center

Heydar Aliyev Center is an important cultural and educational hub in Baku. It promotes Azerbaijani culture and explores music, engineering, and science. It is a symbol of modern Baku and its identity. It is also a social catalyst for the people of Azerbaijan.

The building is open daily from 11am to 7pm. It hosts several temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection of artifacts. The building is also home to the National Museum of History of Azerbaijan, which displays ancient to modern history. It also includes numismatic collections and ethnography.

The interior of the building features a museum, concert hall, and a gallery hall. The building is also home to a library. There is also an auditorium with 1000 seats. In addition, Heydar Aliyev Center offers a number of workshops for local artists and musicians.

Excursions and Day Trips in Azerbaijan

Having the opportunity to take Excursions and Day Trips in Azerbaijan gives you the chance to explore a country with a rich history and culture. This enigmatic country is situated between the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus Mountains. Azerbaijan is one of the most developed countries in the Caucasus and is known for its sandy beaches and picturesque mountain scenery.

Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan and is a cosmopolitan city that is rich in both modern and traditional architecture. The city's historical center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and includes the Palace of the Sheki Khans and the Inner City of Baku. The ancient Sheki old town has cobbled streets, restored Silk Road-era caravanserais and glistening shebeke stained glass windows.


Ateshgah temple is a fascinating historical site, featuring a courtyard, stone walls, and a natural gas fire. Ateshgah was constructed during the 17th and 18th centuries and has been converted into a museum. Inside the temple, you can find wax figurines depicting the lives of worshipers. There are also several wax figurines in the cells that show how the temple was used in ancient times.

Guba is one of the most stunning cities in Azerbaijan. It was once an ancient trade center and is now one of the most popular tourist destinations. You can take a tour of the city over two to three days and it is also a UNESCO Creative City. You can also explore the city on your own with three hours of free time.

Aghsu is the largest city in Azerbaijan in the 18th century and is also a popular wine producer. This town was once an impregnable fortress and was exposed to frequent feudal attacks. Today, it is a popular wine making town that has a beautiful tasting hall. You can also hike to the nearby pertroglyphs.

If you want to take a day trip from Baku, you may be able to visit the mud volcanoes in Gobustan, but it's difficult to get there on your own. You may also visit the ancient Shamakhi and the copper workshops in Lahic. You'll need to book a guided tour if you want to visit these places, as there aren't many public transportation options in this area. You should also bring some water and sunscreen.

There are many museums in Azerbaijan that will keep you busy. The Museum of Miniature Books is a private collection of Zarifa Salahova, whose miniatures of classics include the Bible and Qur'an. During your visit to the city, you'll also see a lot of coppersmiths, who engrave their designs onto plates and jugs.

The country is largely Muslim. You'll find that women dress modestly and avoid wearing short skirts or shorts. You'll also find that the local people are very friendly and helpful. If you get lost, you can always ask locals for help. You may also find that Azeri speakers will understand you if you speak modern Turkish or Russian.

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