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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Jun 2020
Singapore, Singapore10,524 contributions507 helpful votes
This modern day landmark is made up of 3 buildings which are shaped like flames and are lighted up at night. Impressive.
Date of experience: August 2019
LuizDutraNeto wrote a review May 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,050 contributions1,357 helpful votes
Azerbaijan is known, since ancient times, as the "Land of Fire", mainly due to the large concentration of gas under the Absheron Peninsula and the natural flames that have been burning, throughout the centuries, in many parts of the country. These three skyscrapers, the "Flame Towers", represent these flames and are already a modern symbol of Baku and of Azerbaijan! They were inaugurated in 2012 and were projected by HOK (formerly Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum), an American design, architecture, engineering and urban planning firm. The buildings are occupied by apartments, offices and also by a hotel. You will pass many, many times by the "Flame Towers" while staying in Baku and I strongly recommend its evening observation, when the led motion displays are on. Unforgettable! Enjoy!…
Date of experience: September 2019
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Anil B wrote a review Apr 2020
New Delhi, India135 contributions11 helpful votes
Visited the monument in the evening. Cold mist in the evening made the atmosphere pleasant. Witnessed the perenial flame in the memory of lost soldiers. Very good spot with many photographic spots around. The view of the city in the night was breathtaking.
Date of experience: March 2020
eli atzmon wrote a review Mar 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel35 contributions6 helpful votes
The most impresive in the city you can compare with the Paris famoust Aifel Some tell me that you can visit inside in th restaurant in the top floor. Is the symbol symbol of the city .Modern and maybe of the country You can miss
Date of experience: April 2019
Gulzucker wrote a review Mar 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates711 contributions58 helpful votes
Best view of Flame Towers is at night. You can see the illumination from the bottom somewhere in the city. But if you go up, the view is amazing. And you can see night Baku from top as well. There is funicular from Boulevard to the top for 1 manat, closes at 8pm.
Date of experience: February 2020