Khinaliq - the highest village in Azerbaijan
Xınalıq; Khinalug: Kətş; also rendered as Khanaluka, Khanalyk, Khinalykh, or Khynalyk) is an ancient Caucasian village going back to the Caucasian Albanian period. It is located high up in the mountains of Quba Rayon, Azerbaijan. It is also a municipality in Quba Rayon, which consists of the villages of Khinaliq and Qalayxudat.
Doors of Icheri Sheher
In the album shows the different types of doors located in the Old City (Icheri Sheher).
The Ismailiyya Palace
The Ismailiyya Palace (Azerbaijani: İsmailiyyə Sarayı) is a historical building that currently serves as the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan. It is located on Istiglaliyyat Street in Baku.
Heydar Aliyev Centre
Heydar Aliyev Centre is the modern cultural centre built in Baku. In the structure of the center, one of the rare pearls of the world architecture, the architecture coloring of Baku has been taken into account with exactness. Its architect is the world well-known architect from the Great Britain Mrs Zaha Hadid.
Altitude of 1,173 meters above sea level Duzdağ Cave asthma therapy is based Autonomous Republic of Nakhichevan. Asthma therapy center is 2 km from our hotel. The cave in the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic and the Ministry of Health, including private Duzdağ Hotel Asthma Therapy center are 2 separate treatment center essentials.
The Winter & Summer tourist complex "Shahdag" will be situated in 32 km from the regional centre Kusar. The planned building site is situated at the territory of national park Shahdag which is known for its preserved ecological system and pristine flora and fauna. The complex will be situated at height between 1300m and 3200m above sea level.
Lahij (other spellings Lagich, Lahich, and Lahic) (Azerbaijani: Lahıc) is a village and municipality on the southern slopes of Greater Caucasus within the Ismailli Rayon of Azerbaijan. Population is approximately 860 people who speak the variation of Tati - Lahiji language.
Palace Of Shaki Khans
he Palace of Shaki Khans (Azerbaijani: Şəki xanlarının sarayı) in Shaki, Azerbaijan was a summer residence of Shaki Khans. It features decorative tiles, fountains and several stained-glass windows. The exterior is decorated with dark blue, turquoise and ochre tiles in geometric patterns and the murals were coloured with tempera and are inspired by the works of Nizami Ganjavi.
Boat Trip in Baku
The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed inland body of water on Earth by area, variously classed as the world's largest lake or a full-fledged sea. The sea is bounded to the northwest by Russia, to the west by Azerbaijan, to the south by Iran, to the southeast by Turkmenistan, and to the northeast by Kazakhstan.
This traditional greeting is deep-rooted and is used by Azerbaijanis to greet guests in their home with courtesy and respect. Following the tradition of our country, we also welcome you into our home – Icherisheher.
The history of Icherisheher dates back to ancient times. It is difficult to determine the exact date in history when the city was built by our ancestors, but it has existed for thousands of years which is evidenced by the many ancient monuments which still remain today.