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Ingredients for tourism in Baku
Baku is known as the largest city in the Caucasus region, as well as the capital and largest city in Azerbaijan, which is the scientific, industrial and cultural center in the state, and is the best time to visit the city in months: January, February, March, April, September and October. Where the weather is beautiful at these times, but it is better to avoid traveling to it during the winter due to the strong and strong winds that the city is witnessing during this period, and the city can be visited through Heydar Aliyev International Airport, which is located twenty-five kilometers from the city center, or by train that It is one of the cheapest travel methods.
Attractions in Baku
Maiden’s Tower is one of the most famous tourist sites in Baku, where it has a mysterious story dating back more than a thousand years, a site inscribed on the UNESCO list and it is a temple to Zoroastrianism, and then it became a watchtower in the eighteenth century, This tower can be visited by going up the spiral staircase to the top of the structure, which rises to nearly twenty nine meters.
This palace dates back to the ruling dynasty that ruled the region for 800 years. The complex of this fifteenth century palace, which is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, includes a palace, a mosque, burial graves, and a mausoleum, which makes it one of the best tourist attractions in the ancient city of Baku.
The ancient city of Baku
The ancient city of Baku was built on a populated site since the Stone Age, where it is famous for its walls that reveal evidence of Zoroastrian, Sassanid, Arabic, Persian, honorific, Ottoman and Russian culture in its culture, and the inner city has retained many defensive walls dating back to the twelfth century .
Azerbaijan Carpet Museum
The Carpet Museum contains more than a thousand pieces of rare and beautiful carpets that were made in Azerbaijan, Iran and Dagestan. This museum was established in 1967 AD and can be visited to learn about the weaving of traditional carpets and its importance in the Azerbaijani culture.
National Museum of Azerbaijani Literature
The Azerbaijani Literature Museum is located on Nizami Street near the Old City of Baku. This building was named after a 12th-century Persian poet. It features an attractive façade consisting of six statues of famous poets and writers.