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I believe that Azerbaijan National Art Museum is by far the best museum in town. It has three floors and the items belong to both the ancient and modern art of the region. I spent a very good two hours there and I would strongly...More
For pedestrians the best access to the museum is from the boulevard by taking the underpass at the start of the Niyazi Street because it is difficult to cross this road. Entrance fee for foreigners is 10 Manat, for locals 5 Manat, there is no...More
The museum is housed in two old stylish buildings that have been joined by a modern glass entrance. It is on four floors and has a range of old European oil paintings. Nice selection of marble busts, my favourite was of Natavan.
There was two...More
The museum is located on Niyazi Street and is around a ten minute walk from Iceri Seher metro station. Niyazi Street is very difficult to cross and it's worth the time to stroll down to the underground crossing at the bottom of the road.
1.Enterence fee is 5 manat and if you pay 5 manat more you can take photoes inside.
2. There is sculptures and paintings (russian,french, german and azerbaijani artists)
3. On third floor there is expanats belongs to Azerbaijan
4. Last floor there is paintings belongs...More
First - almost nobody knows of this space / where it is.
Sparse collection. Little to no help from staff. The collection is mostly from "unknown" Flemish artists on Level 1. Level 2 /3 have more regional stuff, but really only a handful. The top...More
The entry free was incredibly cheap and there was so much to see, if you like museums this is a must, well worth it on a cold and rainy day, if you like the outdoors, there was so much history here and we spent many...More