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So this is one of those sights that you have to "check off" your list of things to see in Baku's old city, but it's nothing special. It's interesting historically (it was built in the 11th century), but you can't go in to visit it,...More
This building is named after it’s architect Mohammed Abu-Bakr. It is also called Synyk-Kala or destroyed tower, because in 1723
Armies of Peter I heavily bombed canons balls from ships and destroyed the mosques tower. There is a low archway at the mosque’s entrance so...More