Azerbaijan State Academic National Drama Theatre

Origin of Azerbaijani nation’s theatrical art relates to national holidays and dances. Elements of theatricality contained in many kinds of national creativity accompanying national festivities, traditional […]

Azerbaijan State Theatre of Young Spectators

 Azerbaijan State Theatre of Young Spectator Azerbaijan State Theatre of Young Spectator founded in 1928, when a Russian troupe made a performance here for the first […]

Heydar Aliyev Center

Modern Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev Center  is one of the main attractions for tourists. Also become a symbol of modern Azerbaijan and modern Baku. Zaha Hadid, the […]

Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre

Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre The theatre built at the request of magnate Daniel Mailov and funded by magnate Zeynalabdin Taghiyev. In 1910, famous […]

Nizami Street

Nizami Street (Azerbaijani: Nizami küçəsi) is a large pedestrian and shopping street in downtown Baku, Azerbaijan, named after classical poet Nizami Ganjavi. The street’s history could […]

Philarmonic Garden

Filarmoniya Bağı (Filarmonia Park or Philharmonia Garden), sometimes called Gubernator’s or Governor’s Park, is a park in Baku, Azerbaijan, next to Baku fortress. The park was […]

Taze Bey Hamam

All about Taza Bay Hamam Among public buildings, baths have always had a special importance for people. Ancient Egypt and Rome were famous for their baths […]

Mir Movsum Aga Mosque

Mir Movsum Aga Mosque First of all Mir Movsum Agha (full name Azerbaijani: Seyidəli Mir Abutalıb oğlu Mirmövsümzadə; English: Seyidali Mir Abutalib oghlu Mirmovsumzade 1883 – 17 November 1950)  a physically challenged person, who  believed […]

Nizami Museum of Literature

Nizami Museum of Literature It named after Nizami Ganjavi. And built by the decision of the Republican government on the occasion of Nizami Ganjavi’s 800th anniversary […]