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Ganja is one of the oldest cities in the Caucasus, and has long been one of the most important in Azerbaijan. Having been subjected to a seemingly endless stream of invading armies, its name has changed repeatedly over the years and is very interesting architecturally. The historical name, Ganja, was restored once again upon Azerbaijan's independence in 1991. With a population of over 750,000 it's currently the country's second-largest city.
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Azerbaijan tours will introduce you the country on the shores of the Caspian Sea, rich in ancient historical monuments, sanatoriums and picturesque nature. You will discover modern Baku and unique Old Town, thermal springs of Ganja and Naftalan, the center of carpet weaving in Quba, delicious Azerbaijan cuisine and many more.
The most popular Azerbaijan tours are cultural, beach and spa (sanatorium) holiday programs. The guided tours offer you the popular tourist places in Azerbaijan: Shamakhi, Baku, Sheki, Quba and others.
Kabala and Nakhichevan, the oldest cities in South Caucasus, are famous for keeping unique national essence. Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, does not differ from a modern European city at the first glance: modern architecture, numerous hotels and restaurants, landscaped parks and wide squares with fountains. At the same time, the old part of Baku preserved its historic spirit: residential courtyards and narrow cobbled streets are the same, as they were 40 years ago, when famous Soviet film “The Diamond Arm” was shot there.
Azerbaijan is an ideal destination for a family holiday. The sandy beaches of the Caspian Sea, many parks, attractions, shopping and entertainment centers offer diverse leisure time as for parents so for children.
Masally, Naphthalene, Baku, Ganja are the best for SPA-tours as they are famous for thermal, mineral and naftalan sources and springs. Spa tour programs offer treatment, séances in salt caves, and sanatoriums in beautiful Azerbaijani.
Azerbaijan tours perfectly blend visiting ancient and modern monuments and exploring local cuisine, museums, traditions, wine, and carpets. Holiday in this beautiful Caucasian country with plenty of sun and fruits, colorful and hospitable people, beautiful and diverse nature, smells of the sea, excellent hotels and good shopping will stay in your memory forever.
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TOP 10 cities of AZERBAIJAN
In this video you will get to know about the top 10 cities of Azerbaijan. You will be informed about the population, economy and geographical position of the cities. You will hear both from me and see the short video infos.
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Best Places to Visit in Azerbaijan || Azerbaijan Tourist Attractions | IB TRAVEL
Some travelers believe that the beauty of a traveling nation lies only in the capital cities. However true it may be, there are unexplored towns and cities – apart from the capital city – which shouldn’t be left out in your vacation. And Azerbaijan towns exactly match this statement!
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Video: Baku. The City of the Future
Fascinating views of the capital of the country of fire
Baku is known as the largest city in the Caucasus, the largest port on the Caspian Sea and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Baku means the place of God and this city truly deserves its name. Its supernal loveliness gives a thrill to everyone who gets into its space.
Azerbaijan is often called the country of fire because oil and gas deposits are located close to the surface bursting outward in the form of torches of fire. The symbol of Baku is “Fire Towers” which lighting is considered to be the best in the world. The buildings of “Fire Towers” are overlaid with LED screens which broadcast a flame seen from all over the city. Moreover the city is so illuminated that it makes Baku to over shine to many kilometers.
In this video you can enjoy fascinating daytime and nocturnal shots of Baku attractions: you will see the very same Fire Towers, the Cultural Center named after Heydar Aliyev, Government House, television tower, Nizami Street as well as key places of Azerbaijan such as the Gobustan reserve, the Caspian Sea, majestic mountains and much more.
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We could have took the bus cos it was faster but we were after the experience so we took the overnight train from Baku to Tbilisi. It was a great experience- also I tried to give you tips in case you wanted to travel to Tbilisi from Baku via overnight train.
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Qakh (Azerbaijani: Qax; Georgian: კახი), is the capital of the Qakh Rayon in the north of Azerbaijan, near the Russian border.
The area of the region occupies 1,494 km2 (577 sq mi) and borders Russia on the north, Georgia on the west. It also shares the internal boundaries with Zaqatala Rayon in the northwest, Yevlakh and Samukh regions in the south and Shaki region in the east.
The Qakh region of Azerbaijan has a long history dating back to ancient times. Archeological excavations the area had been populated during Eneolithic, Bronze and early Iron Ages. What remains of these early inhabitants' activities indicates they engaged largely in sedentary cultivation, animal-breeding and art. According to historians, the territory of Qakh was a part of the Scythian Kingdom in the 7th century B.C.
Initially this territory of modern Qakh was a province of Caucasian Albania,. After that, the region was a separate kingdom within Georgian cultural and political influence. During the medieval era what later became known as Saingilo was mostly controlled by the kingdom of Georgia and Shirvan.
With the spread of Christianity throughout the region during the existence of Caucasian Albania, some Christian temples were built in the Qakh district. In the 8th century A.D., Qakh fell under Arab occupation. Starting from the 11th century first Oghuz Turks and later Qipchaq Turks inhabited the area, the region was incorporated into Great Seljuq Empire. Qakh was later a part of Atabeg and Shirvanshah states. With invasion of Hulaguids in Azerbaijan in the 13th century, Mongolian nomadic tribes populated the region. In 1562, by the order of the Safavid Shah Tahmasp I, Ilisu Sultanate was established in Qakh. In the 18th century, Ilisu Sultanate became so powerful that, the Ottoman Emperor conferred its ruler Ali Sultan Bey the highest title of Pasha recognizing him as the Beylerbey of Shaki.
In 1803 the sultanate of Ilisu was annexed to the Russian empire. The ruler of the sultanate, Daniyal, inspired the people to rise against Russian rule in 1844, due to a disagreement between him and the government of Russia. Sultan Daniyel was defeated near the village of İlisu and continued his struggle against Russians along with the leader of the national freedom movement, Imam Shamil. Russians burnt Ilisu and divided the territory of the sultanate into mahals (territorial units) and annexed them to the Jar-Balaken daire (territorial unit) converting it into a colony of tsarist Russia. With proclamation of independence of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in May 1918, Qakh was retained within Azerbaijan. During the Soviet rule, Qakh was established as raion of Azerbaijan SSR in 1930.
It was part of Zakatala okrug of Tiflis Governorate between 1860 and 1917. It was part of Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic between 1917 and 1918 and Georgian Democratic Republic between 1918 and 1921 before passing to Azerbaijan in March 1922.Wikipedia