Surprising sites in Azerbaijan


Azerbaijan's war-torn history, long Soviet legacy and mild Muslim leanings make it an interesting crossroads of culture and architecture, from the ancient petroglyphs at Gobustan to the 12th-century Maiden Tower in Baku, Azerbaijan’s seaside capital city. In the northwestern city of Sheki, visiting the mosque known as Khan's Palace and strolling through the local Sunday market demonstrate why this country is being added to clients' must-visit lists.

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