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Buta Palace, Heydar Aliyev avenue, Baku, Azerbaijan
Boyuk Saray is a complex of the premium class events which combines fine example of high style and classics.
Boyuk Saray, 20/41 Mikayil Aliyev, Baku, Azerbaijan
Elektra Events Hall, National Flag Square, Baku, Azerbaijan
Villa Petrolea is a remarkable, highly exclusive conference venue decked with priceless masterpieces of Azerbaijani art.
57/2 Nobel avenue, Baku, Azerbaijan
Baku’s International Mugham Center was built as a place to host, promote, preserve and popularize this musical genre.
International Mugam Center, Neftchilar avenue, Baku, Azerbaijan
This delightful little venue is hidden away in a recently restored 1880 neoclassical stone building right in the heart of the UNESCO-listed Old City area.
Muslum Magomayev 20, Sabail, Baku
Gazelli is one of Azerbaijan’s most internationally minded private galleries for modern and contemporary art.
172 Lev Tolstoy, Baku, Azerbaijan
What sets the Elite Events Hall apart is its location at a large equestrian centre home to horse races and rides.
Bina Horse Club, Baku, Azerbaijan
Museum of Modern Art, Baku, Azerbaijan
National Flag Square, Baku, Azerbaijan
Crystal Hall, National Flag Square, Baku, Azerbaijan
The Azerbaijani carpet is a key centrepiece in our national culture, and only an innovative rug-shaped architectural wonder could do it justice. Situated on the Baku Boulevard, the carpet museum houses the largest collection of Azerbaijani carpets in the world; 6,000 of them bring to life the past, patterns and philosophies of our carpet weaving traditions. The museum’s 600 m2 lobby is good for receptions, while conference rooms on the first and third floors can host up to 70 and 46 seated visitors respectively. The fully equipped exhibitions hall is decorated with traditional carpets from all of the seven schools of Azerbaijani carpet weaving.
28 Mikayil Huseynov Avenue, Baku, Azerbaijan
At Yanardag (the Burning Mountain) in Mammadli village a wall of flames has been burning naturally and somewhat mysteriously on a hillside for thousands of years. Having first come to global attention way back in the 13th century after appearing in the writings of Venetian traveller Marco Polo, these mysterious flames continue to mesmerise many who visit the site today. Recently the Yanardag Reserve was developed to include a 500-seater amphitheatre and contemporary on-site museum where you’ll be able to learn all about Baku’s naturally-burning fires and their role in making Azerbaijan an ancient centre of Zoroastrianism.
Absheron Peninsula, The village of Mammadli