40 Places to Visit in Azerbaijan, Tourist Places & Attractions

Tourist Places in Azerbaijan

Absheron National Park, Astara, Maiden Tower, Heydar Aliyev Centre, Azerbaijan Carpet Museum, The Caspian Sea, Shirvan National Park, Agh Gol National Park, Goyazan Mountain, Lake Goygol and many more.

The places to visit in Azerbaijan welcome tourists from various parts of the world with a plate full of history and antiquity. Dotted with heritage sites adorned with majestic works of artisans, Azerbaijan has got something for everyone. During your excursion tour, you will come across some age-old places of worship, divine mosques, impeccable museums and exhibition halls, majestic palaces, rock solid forts, and surreal coastlines. 

A trip to the places to visit in Azerbaijan like Baku lets you marvel at Museum of Contemporary art and Astara taste delicious local cuisines. While Quba lets you escape the hustle-bustle of regular life, the Goyazan Mountain tranquilises your senses with its  beautiful rolling fields and plains which adds a picturesque view. Some of the most sought after Places to see in Azerbaijan like Mud Volcanoes presents a natural retreat in front of you, the Lake Goygol allures your senses with its magical vistas.

Here is the list of best places to visit in Azerbaijan:

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Ganja is the third largest city in western Azerbaijan after Baku and Sumqayit. It has been the centre of history and culture of Azerbaijan. The city is dotted with age old heritage sites that are fashioned with top class intricate works and blue tiles. Heading over to one of the best tourist places in Azerbaijan, you will be able to enjoy zillions of archaeological sites that are not only large but also ornamental. 

Ganja is home to some of the best tourist attractions including theatres, museums, adventurous treks, stunning nature and historic monuments. Heading out to the most sought after Tourist places in Azerbaijan, you can visit Ganja City Hall which stands as a testimony to the masterpiece of the Stalinist Empire architecture and The Juma Mosque (Shah Abbas Mosque) which boasts a red brick exterior with majestic white dooms. 

You can visit the Gates of Ganja and the State Art Gallery established in the year 1984. There are many museums in the city namely Ganja State History-Ethnography Museum, the oldest museum in the city, and the famous Nizami Ganjavi Museum built in the year 2014. This museum has a library, a conference room, a research section, and a corner for the guests to relax. You can also explore Shah Abbas Square, Javed Khan Street, and take a picnic or just relax near Lake Goygol and Lake Maralgol. 

During your trip to Ganja, you think of visiting the Mausoleum and a Turkish Bath at Shah Abbas Square, admire the European-Style Architecture of Ganja State Philharmonic Hall, Walk by the Javad Khan Pedestrian Street, visit Heydar Aliyev Square and the City Hall at Sunset, and admire the Beauty of Imamzadeh Complex. 

Ganja has got a warm climate with very little rainfall all over the year. The summer season is pleasant because of its leeward situation and great influence of Kapaz Mountain Ranges. The winters in Ganja are however cold but subzero temperatures and snowfall is not common.

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Sheki happens to be a city that is located in northwestern Azerbaijan which is surrounded by the district Shaki. The city nestles on the southern part of the Greater Caucasus mountain ranges which is about 240 km from Baku. With a total population of about 68400, this place can be considered as one of the top famous places in Azerbaijan to visit during your holiday vacation.  

Sheki is one of the most beautiful places to see in Azerbaijan as it is dotted with beautiful houses with brightly painted gates, lively cafes, plane trees, stone buildings, and cobbled streets. 
While in Sheki, you can visit the incredible Summer Palace of Sheki Khan and also take photographs of his Winter Palace. The Winter Palace has been under reconstruction since 2010. The stone caravanserai is the original sleeping chambers of the Silk Road traders and is a historic and architectural gem of the Sheki city. You can spend a night in one of the rooms of the caravanserai. The Three Saints Church is located in the complex of the Summer Palace.

On a trip to Sheki, tourists can stopover at the The Sheki Khan Winter Palace to capture the beautiful mosaic works, Sheki Caravanserai which is loaded with antiquity dating back to the silk trade, and Summer Palace / Sheki Xan Sarayi which is popular for its paintings and decorations. 

While heading out on a trip to Sheki, tourists have a wide range of activities to indulge in. One can visit the incredible Sheki Khans’ Summer Palace, capture the lesser-known Winter Palace in his lenses, sleep in a Silk Road caravanserai, visit the Three Saints Church, and explore the Sheki Museum of Folk and Applied Arts. 

Shaki is considered to be one of the coldest regions in Azerbaijan with an average high temperature of 19 degree celsius. The best time to visit this city would be from the month of June to the month of September. The climatic condition remains moderate making it pleasurable for tourists.

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Baku is the capital city of Azerbaijan. It is also the largest city of the country. Nestled on the Caucasus region and the Caspian Sea, the city lies about 28 meters below the sea level as a result of which, it is also the lowest lying National Capital in the world.

Situated on the southern shore of the Absheron Peninsula alongside the Bay of Baku, nearly one forth of the inhabitants of the country reside in the metropolitan region of the city. 

The city is cultural, scientific and industrial center of Azerbaijan. A number of sizeable Azerbaijan institutions also have their headquarters located there. Given all this, the trade and commerce position and the economic role of Baku is very evident. However, this does not mean that Baku is any less from the other cities of Azerbaijan when it comes to tourism. There are a number of tourist attractions which are fascinating and attractive. Monuments, museums, tombs and galleries, just about everything can be found in the city. Moreover, the transport network of the city is very well connected making the attractions and the places to see easily accessible. Besides, the attractions, there are also a number of things to do to keep you engaged all through your stay in the city.  

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Shamakhi is the capital city of Shamakhi District of Azerbaijan. This place is very much popular for its traditional dancers and Soumak Rugs. The city has been destroyed a number of times by eleven major earthquakes but it has strengthened itself. At the present time it is the economic as well as the administrative capital of Shirvan, which is one of the key townships on the silk road. 

The Juma Mosque of Shamakhi was built in the 8th century and it has survived eight out of eleven earthquakes. A 15th-century mausoleum and graveyard, known as Shirvan Domes, is located at the Gulistan Fortresses’ foot. You can also explore the Yedid Gumbaz Mausoleum which has a cemetery, a group of mausoleums, and the burial vaults of the Shivran Khan's ruling during the 18th and 19th centuries. You can only see three of the four mausoleums as the fourth one lies in need of restoration. 

During your visit to Shamakhi, you can think of taking a fascinating excursion tour to capture the magnificence of ancient mosque and medieval baths, visiting workshops of highly skilled craftsmen, walking on the famous iron suspension bridge over Girdmanchay River and witnessing some of the brilliant views of the southern foothills of the Great Caucasus Ridge. 

The summer season in Shamakhi happens to be warm, dry, and clear whereas the winter seasons are long, cold, snowy, and cloudy as well. The average range of temperature varies from 23 - 88 degree Fahrenheit. The best time to head out to the most sought after tourist places in Azerbaijan would be from the month of July to the month of August.

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Situated 450 kilometers west of Baku is the capital of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic - Nakhchivan City. It embodies the settlement of Aliabad and the villages of Tumbul, Qara?al?q, Ba?ba??, Bulkan, Haciniyy?t, Qaraçuq, Qaraxanb?yli, and Da?duz. The most convenient way to reach Nakhchivan is by flying from Baku to Nakhchivan Airport.

One of the most distinct features of Nakhchivan is cleanliness. Tourists visiting Nakhchivan are almost stunned by how clean the city is. Affixed to the spotless surroundings are historically significant buildings, fetching mountains, iconic castles and mausoleums. The uncluttered aura helps the already exquisite architectural wonders look even more remarkable.

To truly get a taste of the city of Nakhchivan, one must not forget to devour the beauty of marvels like the Yezidabad Castle, Momine Khatun Mausoleum and especially Noah's Mausoleum from where the city is believed to have received its name.

Exploring Nakhchivan's architecture might be the most popular activity known to visitors but it definitely isn't the only option. Tourists can visit one of the local bazaars and engage in conversations with the locals who are always curious about foreigners. One can climb to the top of Alinja Mountain and visit the Alinja Castle, popularly referred to as the Machu Picchu of Azerbaijan. 

In Nakhchivan, the summers are inconveniently hot and the winters are freezing. The weather is dry throughout the year. The temperature ordinarily changes from 21°F to 96°F and is seldom beneath 10°F or above 102°F.

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Other Attractions

Absheron National Park happens to be one of the most sought after places in Azerbaijan. Located in the Caspian Hyrcanian Mixed Forest Ecoregion, this national park is spread over an area of 783 hectares. The national park is home to a wide range of birds and wildlives such as snakes, turtles, jackals, and foxes.

There are about 50 warm blooded animals and you will also be able to find more than 25 different types of flora. If you wish to capture the Caspian Seals, then you would need to come over to one of the most popular Tourist places in Azerbaijan in between May and August. 

Location: The Caspian region, Bakı, Azerbaijan

Highlights: National Parks
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Located in the Astara District, this is one of the best places in Azerbaijan which is popular for its caspian lapped seashores, fragrant natural elements, underground aquifers, and sweet smelling tra. Astara is also very much popular for its TV broadcasting and telecom centre that was constructed in the mid 1980s.

The architecture of the tower was constructed futuristic in those times and it is one of the best places to visit in Azerbaijan that you should not miss out on during your trip. 

Location: Astara District, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Caspian Lapped Seashores and TV Broadcasting Centre
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Maiden Tower is a 12th century landmark that is located in the old city close to the Shirvanshahs’ palace. The tower was listed under UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. The tower has become one of the public symbols of the country that is even included in the currency notes as well as official letterheads.

The tower is home to a museum that displays the narrative of the notable development of Baku City. Heading to the top of the tower, you will get to capture some alluring views of the Baku Boulevard, Baku Bay, and Place of Isa Bek Hajinski. 

Location: Maiden Tower, Baku, Azerbaijan

Highlights: UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Heydar Aliyev Centre is a complex in Baku that is planned by Iraqi British Designer named Zaha Hadid. The unique character of this architectural marvel is its sharp points and bends.

The avenue was named after Heydar Aliyev as he happened to be the main secretary of Soviet Azerbaijan. This centre has played a major role in the past being a place for urbanism. 

Location: 1 Heydar Aliyev Ave, Baku 1033, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Architectural marvel
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Azerbaijan Carpet Museum is one of the largest carpet museums in the whole world. Visiting this place, you will be able to come across a wide range of weaving styles and materials from various ages. The museum is also home to a wide range of pottery and metal works that date back to the 14th century as well as from the bronze age.

Every year, the museum hosts a number of talk shows and seminars to educate the society about various advancements in the carpet industry. During your tour, you can also purchase goods from the souvenir shop. 

Location: 28 Mikayıl Hüseynov Prospekti, Bakı 1000, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Largest Carpet Museum
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Caspian Sea happens to be one of the largest inland waterways that is located at the intersection of Europe and Asia. The Caspian Sea is endorheic, which means it has no regular outlets and there are about 130 waterways that stream into the Sea.

It stretches for about 1200 kilometers from north to south and has a width close to 320 km. The total area covered by the sea is about 386,400 square kilometers. As per the legends, the inhabitants had perceived it to be an ocean because of its salty water and mammoth size. 

Highlights: Largest Inland Waterway.
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Shirvan National park is one of the most remarkable and intriguing spots in Azerbaijan that is spread over an area of 54,373 hectares in Garadagh, Neftchala and Salyan districts. The recreational area of the park has got about 4000 hectares of water activities while a majority of the area appears to like a semi desert. 

Location: Salyan Rayon, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Recreational Activities
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Agh Gol National Park happens to be situated on the boundary of Iran and is very much popular for its bone dry scene. The national park is home to the second largest lake which was set up in the initial days to secure the wetlands environments.

The national park is home to 140 types of birds and other animal species. This park is visited by zillions of migratory birds every single year. You can come over to one of the best Tourist places in Azerbaijan during the migration season to indulge in some wonderful bird watching tours. 

Location: Ağcabədi Rayon Beyləqan Rayon

Highlights: Birdwatching Tours
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Goyazan Mountain, located in Northwestern Azerbaijan close to the villages of Abbasbeyli and Alpout. The summit of the mountain is about 857.9 meters above sea level. This place is usually visited by tourists to witness the amazing fortress that dates to almost the 14th century.

Location: Northwestern Qazakh District of Azerbaijan
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Lake Goygol is one of the largest lakes in Azerbaijan that is located at an elevation of about 1500 meters above sea level. The lake is surrounded by rich timberlands which makes the environment much more enchanting and delightful to visit.

The lake was created in the year 1139 just after an earthquake that caused some part of kapaz mountain to collapse and block the path of  Kürəkçay River. 

Location: Murovdag, Azerbaijan

Highlights: stunning, crystal-clear water
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Icheri Seher is one of the pearls that is located in the heart of Azerbaijan. This place can be considered as the centre of cultural heritage of ancient Baku city. This place is famous for being a strong pillar of the economic development of the country in the 19th century.

The city started to expand beyond the fortress walls as the oil industry got life in Baku. heading over to this place, you will be able to marvel at some of the age old architectural marvels. 

Location: Baku 1000, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Architectural monuments
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Garasu Volcano happens to be one of the most elevated mud volcanoes in the whole world. It is located at a height of 350 meters above sea level. During its eruption the volanoces has heaved mud for more than 1000 meters into the air.

This place is very much popular for its Naftalan oil Resort which has the best unrefined petroleum that has got headline properties. 

Highlights: Naftalan oil Resort

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Gobustan happens to be one of the most popular places to see in Azerbaijan that is famous for stone petroglyphs and mud volcanoes. This place has been existing from about 8000 BC and it is very much famous for its stone etchings.

Heading over to this place, you will be able to get insights of the petroglyphs that date back to almost 38th Millenium BC. 

Location: Qobustan, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Rock petroglyphs and mud volcanoes.
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Nabran can be considered as a well known retreat and district in the Khachmaz Rayon which is about 3 hour drive from the capital city Baku. Spread over a few square kilometers, this place is home to some ancient houses, amusement places, luxury resorts, and lively cafes.

Heading over to this place, you will be able to discover some of its oceanfront area and surreal beaches. Tourists also love to watch its pristine sunrise and sunset views during their excursion tour of the best places to visit in Azerbaijan. 

Location: Khachmaz Rayon of Azerbaijan, close to the Russia-Azerbaijan border

Highlights: All-night dance clubs
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Baku Seaside Park which is also known as a national park has been existing since 1909. It is a promenade that is set up along the seafront of Baku. Visiting this place, you will be able to gather insights that date to centuries in the past as well as spend some relaxed moments in the lively atmosphere.

This is one of the best evening hotspots in Azerbaijan that you must not miss out.

Location: Dənizkənarı Milli Park, 77 Neftchilar Ave, Baku 1095, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Shopping and entertainment center
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Ateshgah is one of the popular places to see in Azerbaijan, an attraction that is famed as its Fire Temple. The temple of fire is listed under the UNESCO world heritage site and millions of tourists flock to this place to capture the majestic views.

Visiting one of the best places to visit in Azerbaijan, you will be able to witness a number of Persian and Indian inscriptions. 

Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Fire Temple of Baku
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Ismailiyya Palace is one of the most visited historical places in Baku that serves as the academy of sciences. Located on the Istiqlaliyyet Street in Baku, this palace was constructed for the Muslim Charity Society by Józef Plośko.

The palace was built as a dedication to the deceased son Ismayil of Musa Naghiyev. The construction of the palace building started in the year 1908 and was completed in 1913.

Location: Ismailiyya building10, Istiqlaliyyet Street, Baku, Azerbaijan

Timings: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Azerbaijan has got the highest number of mud volcanoes in the whole world. There are a total of 350 mud volcanoes in Azerbaijan from a total of 700 in the world. The Mud Volcanoes are called Yanardag or Bozdag or Gaynacha or Pilpila by the locals.

In order to reach the mud volcano you would need to take a short drive from the Gobustan Reserve. 

Location: Dashgil, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Highest number of Mud Volcanoes in the world

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Nizami Ganjavi Mausoleum was constructed in the 12th century and was dedicated to Persian Poet Nizami Ganjavi. The Mausoleum that is located in Ganja at the present time has been rebuilt in the year 1991 after it collapsed due to earthquakes.

Nezami is believed to be one of the greatest Persian poets and heading over to this place you will be able to learn more about his life and works. 

Location: R51, Ganja, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Built in honor of the 12th-century Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi
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Located at a distance of 7 km northward to Ganja, it is a complex of smaller mosques and a number of funerary monuments. One of the mausoleum inside the complex has got the gave of Imam Muhammad al-Baqir, the fifth Imam of Shi'a Muslims.

It is one of the notable historic sites that you must visit during your trip as it dates back to the Timurid and Safavid period in 10th century AH

Location: Baghban Lar, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Mausoleum
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Nohur Lake, nestled in the picturesque region of Gabala, Azerbaijan, is a serene haven offering respite from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Surrounded by lush greenery and rolling hills, the lake's tranquil waters mirror the beauty of its surroundings, creating a mesmerizing spectacle that captivates visitors.

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Shahdag Mountain Resort, nestled in the breathtaking Greater Caucasus range of Azerbaijan, offers an unparalleled alpine experience. With its pristine slopes, luxurious accommodations, and a range of outdoor activities, it's a haven for skiing enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, promising unforgettable adventures in every season.

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Tufandag Ski Resort in Azerbaijan is a premier destination for winter sports enthusiasts, offering a thrilling experience amidst the stunning Caucasus Mountains. Spread over an area of approximately 4.5 square kilometers, this resort boasts a range of exciting activities for all levels of skiers and snowboarders.

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Nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of Azerbaijan lies the mesmerizing natural wonder known as Yanar Dagh, or the "Burning Mountain." This remarkable site, located on the Absheron Peninsula near Baku, captivates visitors with its otherworldly beauty and mysterious flames that have been burning continuously for centuries.

Yanar Dagh is a testament to the geological forces that shape our planet, with natural gas seeping to the surface and igniting upon contact with the air. As visitors approach this enchanting site, they are greeted by a surreal spectacle: flames dancing atop the rocky slopes, casting an ethereal glow against the backdrop of the Caspian Sea.

Legend has it that Yanar Dagh has been burning since ancient times, with local tales and folklore attributing the phenomenon to the breath of a mythical fire-breathing dragon that once roamed the land. While the origins of the burning mountain may be shrouded in myth and mystery, the natural beauty and awe-inspiring spectacle it offers are undeniably real.

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Chukhur Gabala, located in the Gabala District of Azerbaijan, is a picturesque region known for its natural beauty, historical sites, and recreational activities. Situated in the foothills of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, Chukhur Gabala offers visitors a serene and scenic escape.

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The Palace of Shaki Khans stands as a testament to Azerbaijan's rich history and architectural brilliance. Built in the 18th century, its intricate design and lavish interiors showcase the opulence of the Khanate era. Today, it remains a symbol of cultural heritage and a must-visit destination for travelers exploring Azerbaijan.

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Gabala City New Mosque stands as a beacon of spiritual and architectural magnificence in the heart of Gabala, Azerbaijan. With its elegant minarets piercing the sky and its intricate geometric patterns adorning its facade, the mosque is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the region.

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Nestled amidst the rugged landscapes of Azerbaijan lies the Gobustan National Park Museum, a treasure trove of ancient history and cultural heritage. Situated on the Absheron Peninsula, this remarkable museum stands as a gateway to the past, offering visitors a glimpse into the rich tapestry of Azerbaijan's prehistoric past.

At the heart of the museum lies the sprawling Gobustan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its remarkable rock art, ancient petroglyphs, and archaeological significance. Dating back thousands of years, these enigmatic carvings and inscriptions offer invaluable insights into the lives, beliefs, and artistic expressions of the people who once inhabited this land.

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The World War II Memorial Park in Gabala commemorates the sacrifices and contributions of soldiers during the war. This serene park features monuments, sculptures, and a reflective atmosphere, inviting visitors to honor the past and reflect on the significance of peace. Gabala's World War II Memorial Park stands as a testament to remembrance and gratitude.

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The Gabala Archaeological Centre is a treasure trove of ancient history nestled in the heart of Azerbaijan. With artifacts spanning millennia, it offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's past. Through exhibits, interactive displays, and guided tours, visitors embark on a captivating journey through Azerbaijan's rich archaeological heritage.

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Shaki Museum of History and Local Lore happens to be one of the most sought after exhibition halls in the Republic of Azerbaijan. The museum is named after one of the notable writers and ethnographers of Azerbaijan, Rashid Bey Efendiyev.

The museum is spread over an area of 924 square meters and almost 724 square meters of area is reserved for exhibitions. The museum displays about 5000 exhibits that reflect history, ancient art forms, cuisines, and culture. 

Location: Gənclər küçəsi, Şəki 5500, Azerbaijan

Highlights: Large collection of 5000 exhibits 
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Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape in Azerbaijan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its ancient rock carvings, mud volcanoes, and historical significance. The site is located approximately 64 kilometers southwest of Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan.

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Sure! Gobustan National Park in Azerbaijan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its ancient rock carvings, mud volcanoes, and unique geological formations. It offers insights into prehistoric human life and culture, with thousands of petroglyphs dating back to the Stone Age. The park's diverse landscapes attract visitors worldwide.

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Mardakan Castle, an architectural marvel nestled within the captivating landscapes of Azerbaijan, stands as a testament to the rich history and cultural heritage of the region. Perched majestically atop a hill in the picturesque village of Mardakan, this medieval fortress exudes an aura of grandeur and mystique, inviting visitors to step back in time and unravel the secrets of centuries past.

Dating back to the 14th century, Mardakan Castle holds a storied past steeped in legend and intrigue. Built during the reign of Shirvanshah Akhsitan I, the castle served as a strategic stronghold, guarding the approaches to the Absheron Peninsula and providing protection against invasions from neighboring lands. Its sturdy walls, towering bastions, and intricate architectural details reflect the military prowess and engineering ingenuity of its builders.

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People Also Ask About Azerbaijan

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Azerbaijan?

    1. Baku: The historical old town and the modern city centre make it one of the most beautiful places to in Azerbaijan. The Flame Towers, Icheri Sheher, Baku Boulevard, etc. are the most famous spots of the city.  

    2. Absheron National Park: 
    Absheron National Park is located on arid plains made by the semi-desert climate over the years, near Baku. You can see more than 50 different species of animals, including the endangered Comb Jellyfish and the Caspian seal. 

    3. Astara: 
    Astara is one of the most beautiful tourist places in Azerbaijan and it also has a rich history. This town is surrounded by mountains and has a lush green rainforest nearby where you can see various plants and animals, including the Caucasus leopard in the nearby Hirkan national park.

    4. Shivran National Park: 
    Shivran National Park is a semi-desert national park that is located on the southwest of Baku. Here you can see dunes, wildlife, and a short stretch of coastline. You can also stay overnight in the camping and bungalows available here. 
  2. Which are the famous historical places to visit in Azerbaijan?

    1. The Walled City of Baku: The Walled City of Baku, also known as Icher Sheher, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has several architectural attractions. The historic walls and buildings of the city, including several mosques, make it a perfect historic sightseeing spot. 

    2. Fountain Square: 
    Located in downtown Baku, Fountain square has several fountains that were built during Soviet rule. There are several trees and facades, providing one of the most ideal places to visit in Azerbaijan for leisurely stroll and sightseeing. 

    3. Martyr’s Lane: 
    Martyr’s Lane is a memorial park dedicated to the ones who risked their lives during Black January and Nagorno-Karabakh War. It is situated in the south of Baku and has about 15000 people buried here. The park also has an Eternal Flame memorial. 

    4. Azerbaijan Carpet Museum: 
    Azerbaijan Carpet Museum was set up in 1967 and displays various rugs and carpets made by the locals from different periods. The carpets displayed are also differentiated based on their weaving methods. You can also see 14th-century ceramics, Bronze Age jewellery, and the Modern Age’s applied artworks.
  3. Which are the famous beaches to visit in Azerbaijan?

    1. Bilgah Beach: Bilgah Beach is located near the Absheron Peninsula and is stretched in almost 1 kilometre. You can freely stroll along the sandy beach enjoying the sound of waves or lay near the water and relax in one of the best places to see in Azerbaijan. 

    2. Shikhov Beach: 
    Shikhov beach is located near the Baku city centre and is easily accessible. This beach is relatively cleaner in comparison to other beaches. The guests are given several amenities like loungers, umbrellas, swimming pool access, and changing areas.  

    3. Absheron Peninsula Beaches: 
    Absheron peninsula has a few good beaches and several beach clubs, which you can find while driving along the coastline. The beautiful infrastructure of the region also includes several resorts, hotels, bars, and restaurants. 

    4. Pirsagi: 
    Pirsagi is an ancient city located in the north of Absheron and it has several beaches with golden sand and seaside resorts. You can lay and relax on the beaches near the clear water and enjoy the soothing sound of waves.
  4. What is the best time to visit Azerbaijan?

    The best time to visit Azerbaijan is from April to June and from September to October. The temperature remains pleasurable for tourist activities. Planning a trip in this time, you will be able to enjoy the famous Novruz Bayrami Celebrations.
  5. What is Azerbaijan famous for?

    Azerbaijan is very much famous for breaking the traditions of the Shia Muslim Country and moving ahead with opening the first operas and theatres. Being one of the most loved tourist places in Azerbaijan, it has got some of the best heritage monuments and historical palaces for the tourists to enjoy.

    The city is very much popular for its art galleries that display the art works of local artists. Heading over to this place, you will be able to enjoy a diverse taste of flavours.
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Guatemalan Quetzal
GYD - $
Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
Kazakhstani Tenge
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
Vietnamese dong