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Souvenir of Azerbaijan: Maiden Tower on Acrylic Fridge Magnet Maiden Tower or Giz Galasi is an antique tower situated in the Old City, Baku in Azerbaijan. It is one of the notable landmarks and national symbols of the country; also, the Maiden Tower has been given the status of World Heritage Site b..
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Souvenirs from Azerbaijan

Souvenirs from the Republic of Azerbaijan are beautifully crafted, and can be found for ideal prices. Beautiful hand woven carpets are known the world over, but might be difficult to get on the plane. Silk clothing, scarves, bags and shoes might make a more convenient memento, alongside copper decorative items, porcelain cups, and figurines depicting local fables. Tins of caviar are a luxurious present for a special someone, along with cosmetic products made from ancient recipes. Antiques are another possibility but, unless you are in the market for a reproduction, make sure to purchase from a reputable dealer. Jewelry, beads, mineral samples, decorative plates, and textile crafts are just a few of the things found in the trade markets. You may also wish to purchase paintings from local artists, especially of the stunning surroundings. Azerbaijan souvenirs also include photo books, key chains embellished with national symbols, picture magnets and T-shirts.

UNESCO: Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is host to many spectacular historical monuments, including several UNESCO world heritage sites. The first of these, the old city of Baku, has over 50 monuments which cover millennia. The Maiden Tower dates back to 5th or 6th century BC, while the palace of the Shirvanshahs began construction in the 14th century AD. Moving away from Baku, we come upon the Ateshgah temple, believed to be built on an ancient Zoroastrian holy site. Found on the Absheron peninsula, which is so saturated with oil that it comes up from the ground, this was once a fire temple, no doubt influenced by the natural occurring oil fires. The Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape has rock engravings that date back 40,000 years, in addition to unique rock formations. The Palace of Shaki Khans in Shaki was a royal summer residence, and was decorated in a splendor that still shines to this day.

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