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Azerbaijan: Land of Fire
Azerbaijan is a wonderful country. Everything in it is unique - nature and culture, history and traditions, architecture and more. Azerbaijan is often called "the land of Fire" (from the "Azeri" - fire). There is a fire temple on Absheron peninsula called "Burning Mountain"- Yanardag in Azerbaijani. In Nakhichevan, Kalbajar, Lenkoran and Babadag heat is pushed out of the land as hot water. Ateshgah in Surakhani is a fire temple which has been worshiped at various times by followers of Zoroastrianism, Hindus and Sikhs.
Ancient states Atropatena and Caucasian Albania were located on the territory of Azerbaijan and this past ensures something special to each city of Azerbaijan. The center of the ancient Guba Khanate - Guba city is famous for its medieval castles and mosques. One of the oldest cities - Sheki is famous for magnificent palaces, some of them are now converted into modern hotels. Particularly noteworthy are the natural beauty, such as the Canyon tenge Afurdzhi waterfall and Gobustan reserve included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.The old quarter of Baku Icheri Sheher is also in the list of UNESCO.
Azerbaijan surprises every visitor with amazing natural environment: the country is nestled on the coastline and rivers, high mountain ranges and plains, semi-deserts and forests. Beautiful landscapes, waterfalls and mountain rivers, springs with crystal clear water, deep gorges, green meadows, thermal and mineral springs, pure mountain air welcome tourists.
Visitors of Caspian Sea resorts enjoy scuba diving, water skiing, biking and boat trips. Numerous famous resorts of Azerbaijan provide all services to improve and strengthen the health. Due to the unique microclimate Lenkoran and Talish are considered as one of the best spa resorts.
Guba carpets, original Azerbaijani wine, high-quality silk, gold jewelry and many other souvenirs will keep memories from the visit to this unique country.
Azerbaijan - Cities
Baku - one of the most beautiful cities in the world, located at the junction of Europe and Asia. Baku is a capital and commercial hub of Azerbaijan. It's famed for its medieval walled old city, which contains the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, a vast royal complex, and the iconic stone Maiden Tower. Contemporary landmarks include the Zaha Hadid–designed Heydar Aliyev Center, and the Flame Towers, 3 pointed skyscrapers covered with LED screens.
Baku is a largest city of Azerbaijan, as well as the largest city on the Caspian Sea and of the Caucasus region. Baku is located 28 metres (92 ft) below sea level, which makes it the lowest lying national capital in the world and also the largest city in the world located below sea level. It is located on the southern shore of the Absheron Peninsula, alongside the Bay of Baku.
Ganja is one of the oldest and second largest city of Azerbaijan. For centuries city is famous for rich culture, distinctive architecture,gorgeous silk and rugs. All this made Ganja cultural and political center of the Middle East. Ganja - the birthplace of the great Azerbaijani poet Nizami Ganjavi. His mausoleum - the major tourist attraction. If you are planning to travel to Ganja or any other city in Azerbaijan, Ganja airport will be very useful
Quba is one of the largest cities in Azerbaijan. This city is located 170 km to the north of Baku right on the picturesque hillsides. In the past it was the capital of Quba khanate which was founded in the mid-18th century.
The unsurpassed beauty of the local mountains was praised by such famous people as Alexander Duma-father, the Russian writer Bestuzhev-Marlinsky, the Norwegian traveler Tor Heerdal and others.
Indeed, landscapes of Quba are hard to describe with words. It seems like nature has collected there all the brightest colors: juicy greens of the alpine meadows, white snow caps, rapid transparent blue Mountain Rivers. The famous Afurdzhin Waterfall and Tenghi Canyon are worth visiting.
The notorious architectural monuments are Dzhuma Mosque (19th century), Sakina-Khanum Mosque, Zoroastrian Temple in Khinalug village, the octagonal mausoleum in Agbil village (16th century), Tengialtyn fortress etc.
The symbols of Quba are apple orchards and beautiful Quba carpets which are popular far outside Azerbaijan. Some tips to visit in this region are Chirag-Kala /Dzhuma Mosque /Gilgilchay Fortress /Khinalug /Mausoleums of Agbil/ Red Village /Sakina-Khanum Mosque /Sheikh Juneid Mausoleum /Sheikh Yusif Mausoleum.
Lankaran - subtropical paradise and one of the oldest settlements in Azerbaijan. This very beautiful part of Azerbaijan lies in the South-East of the country on the border with Iran. From the eastern side the city is washed by the Caspian Sea, from the other side nature combines steep mountain peaks with fertile lowlands. Archeologists confirmed facts that this area was inhabited from the Bronze Age. Because of the linkages between the East and the West such as the silk route, Lankaran continued to grow as a major stopover point for caravan routes. Since the Talish Khanate established its capital in Lankaran in 1742, there was a great surge in trade relations between Iran, Turkey, Russia, China, India, Pakistan, and Central Asia. With the signing of the "Gulustan Treaty" in 1829 people took the lead in the development of several new industries in Lankaran such as viniculture, ceramics, and brick making, and aided in creating trade ties between Lankaran and Russia. Lankaran is in one of the five natural geographical regions of Azerbaijan. The distance between Lankaran and Baku is 268 km.
(Nakhichevan) - one of the most ancient cities of Azerbaijan is 536 km away from Baku. Nakhchivan region has a reputation for fine resorts. There are mineral springs in abundance.
The reliable sources indicate that Nakhchivan City’s foundations were laid down in around 1500 BC. However, an urban legend says the city was settled in the time of Noah, and Noah himself laid a foundation of the city after the Flood. There is Noah’s Mausoleum preserved in the southern part of the city. A temple once stood here but, unfortunately, it was destroyed and the Mausoleum that people can visit today occupies the lower floor of the destroyed temple. There are names of pilgrims who once visited this place engraved upon the walls of this unique monument.
Nakhchivan had been admired and viewed by many travelers and poets of the past as one of the most beautiful and prosperous cities in the East. And today the city, due to its numerous monuments reflecting different stages of history, is an attractive destination for tourists. The Mausoleum of Yusuf ibn Kuseyr (1162), Alinja-Gala Fortress (11th-13thcenturies), the majestic Khan Palace (18th century) and other historical venues would give to visitors an unforgettable experience.
However, Nakhchivan’s main attraction for tourists today is, of course, the therapeutic salt caves of Mount Duzdag located at a height of 1,173m above sea level. Individuals suffering with respiratory diseases find great results from treatment procedures here. The clinic itself consists of two parts: above ground and underground parts. The first one is placed in a very comfortable venue called Duzdag Hotel, and the second part is in a depth of 300 meters. The clinic in Duzdag Hotel has five salt mines where rooms with beds, a café, TV-salon, and the library are provided for patients use. The clinic patients may spend their free time visiting Aqua Park, indoor and outdoor pools, basketball and soccer fields, tennis courts, and a fitness complex to enjoy the services provided here.
This town began its history 2700 years ago and is considered one of the oldest cultural centers of Azerbaijan. Sheki is known for its harsh, but at the same time impressive nature: overwhelming mountains, blue ribbons of mountain rivers, dark green coniferous forests.
One of the most ancient cities of Azerbaijan, Sheki is rightly called the architectural reserve of the country. Of particular interest to the tourists from all over the world is the Palace of Sheki Khans (1762) – a rare example of combining the national and palace architecture traditions. It is remarkable that during the construction of the palace, not a single nail was used, and the colored glass for shebeke (national mosaic) was brought from Venice. To the north of the city there are the ruins of the once impregnable fortress "Gelersan – gerarsan" (“come and see“) which dates back from the XV-XVIII centuries. There were many caravanserais in Sheki, which was famous for its trade. Two of them are still here today; the Upper and the Lower Caravanserais, both built in the XVIII century. Not to mention the Albanian temple in the village of Kish (I-II centuries), where the famous Norwegian Thor Heyerdahl has repeatedly researched, as evidenced here by the mounted bust of the traveler.
Finally, Sheki is also famous for its mouth melting baklava, soup piti (stew with vegetables in a clay pot), and the sense of humor of its people. Due to their sense of humor, the city is twinned with the city Gabrovo in Bulgaria.
A total of 130 km separates Baku from one of the oldest and most interesting cities in the country - Shamakhi. Shamaki land is renowned for its vineyards, pastures, wines and cognacs. There were no severe frosts, nor sizzling heat - kind nature, mild climate, mineral springs - all this attracts tourists from around the world.
Shamakhi is an ancient city in Azerbaycan. It started in the 5th century BC. In the 9 th -16 th centuries it was the capital of Shirvan Empire, a residence of Shirvan Dynasty it is by right considered one of the most beautiful cities of the Orient. In the mid-18 th century it used to be the center of Shamakhi Khanate.
The main landmark of the city is Gulistan fortress (11 th – 12 th centuries) – the last refuge of the Shirvan Dynasty built for the city's defense. Equally interesting are the mausoleum of Addy-Gyumbez (“The Seven Domes”) with numerous burial places of Shamakhi governors, Djuma cathedral mosque (10th century, reconstructed in the 19 th century), numerous ruins of the 10 th – 17 th centuries.
Present day Shamakhi is a recognized center of winemaking and carpet weaving. Besides, it is a city of literature since it was the native land of many Azerbaijani poets. Right near Shamakhi there is an amazing place called Pirkuli famous for its snowy hills. It is probably the only place in sunny Azerbaijan where you can enjoy active winter pastime: skiing and snowboarding.Back