A History that guides you to unravel the treasures of the past.
The most ancient architectural monuments of Caucasian Albania are sure to capture your attention. The Albanian temple was built the 5th century in the shape of a circle with a room.
If you are in Baku, The Bibi Heybat Mosque is one of the most interesting things to do, and exploring this wonderful piece of architecture is a must for all.
Get ready to be startled gold plated minarets fell victim to the 1917 October Revolution, Baku's Teze Pir Mosque.
This extravagant Venetian Gothic palace was built in early 20th-century by oil baron, Agha Musa Naghiyev who lost his son, Ismayil, to tuberculosis.
Located behind the city walls of Old Town, the Shirvanshah’s Palace is one of the oldest symbols of Baku.
A place of eternal fire that takes you back on a mythological journey of the past. Ateshgah Fire Temple lies approximately 20 kilometers to the east of Icheri Sheher, making it a very common day trip from Baku.
A ravishing city in its own, Icheri Sheher is the capital’s heart with Maiden Tower, traditional carpet weavers, bars and restaurants.