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After reading a few reviews, some said it was a long trip to make to see a flame burning but on a freezing cold windy day, it was a pretty good sight to visit - it was indeed a burning row of rocks it appeared...More
Yes, they were informed us not to expect a hill or a mountain, and that was true. It was a several yard long section with burning gas, but it was interesting place. It is unique and different. There is a renovation going on and it...More
This is a small hillside which is burning. Flames come out of the bare earth. You kick the soil, and more flames leap up. Yes, bizarre. Bizarre enough that you might think about coming up with a religious explaination in order to make sense of...More
Myself and friend visited with our guide in April.
Eternally burning flames - intense heat.
Amphitheatre viewing area toward flames.
Take the footbridge to go above and behind the flames for views towards Baku.
Information centre was in the process of being built during our...More
While it is an interesting phenomenon, there is not much to do other than see the fire gushing out of the earth. (See photo). They are currently building a complex that will most likely have more info and shops. Happy to say I have seen...More
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I think it will be so cold in Dec but still good , just take care and have ur jackets and gloves .. old city and downtown is excellent area to visit and spend wonderful time there .. Baku is rich in culture and there a lot... More
I think it will be so cold in Dec but still good , just take care and have ur jackets and gloves .. old city and downtown is excellent area to visit and spend wonderful time there .. Baku is rich in culture and there a lot of places to visit ..