The capital of Azerbaijan is located on the Absheron Peninsula near the coast of the Caspian Sea. The hospitable city offers a lot of entertainment for every taste. The historic districts of the Old City are interspersed with colorful oriental bazaars selling handmade carpets, spices, sweets, and ceramic dishes.
Ancient mosques and churches are located throughout the city. The Maiden Tower, once the tallest building in all of Baku, gave way to the Flame Towers. The dishes of national cuisine will please gourmets and connoisseurs of meat dishes. Pilaf with fragrant saffron, juicy barbecue, sweet sherbet, chicken with walnut sauce, hearty yarpag – this is the basis of the original cuisine of Azerbaijan. Add to this wine, oriental tea, pomegranate juice and get a complete picture of the gastronomic pleasure that awaits you in Baku.
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