Besh Barmag Mountain
Besh Barmag Mountain
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Quba RTI
Azerbaijan18 contributions
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May 2024 • Business
Beshbarmaq Mountain or Bash Barmek Mountain - Beshbarmaq, which was called Khors-Khurs Rock and was referred to as Khorsvem, is considered the beginning of the historical Sheshpara territory in the early Middle Ages in Caucasian Albania. A piece of rock consisting of carbonate-bearing brecciated limestones (dolomites) resembles a "desert iceberg" and rises at 95 km of the Baku-Siyazan highway. Beshbarmag mountain is 445 m above sea level.
As one of the initial versions of the formation of the mountain, the compression of carbonate-containing rocks under the influence of tectonic movements and the creation of such a landscape is indicated as a result. It is possible to find many karst-type cavities and nests on the rock.
Looking at the rock from the east and west, it resembles the fingers of a human hand, which is probably why the rock was named Five Fingers.
Written July 15, 2024
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Elba(نور)
Baku, Azerbaijan95 contributions
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Aug 2019 • Solo
Remnants of the 5th-century fortification. Xıdırzində(or Beşbarmaq) is also the site of veneration and pilgrimage. Its name is derived from Tat or Zuhun Parsi(one of local languages) that is composed of 2 words - Khidir(the name of the prophet) & Zinde(alive). It's believed this person is still alive and helps people in need
Written July 8, 2020
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