Azcot Hotel

Address: Husi Hajiyev Str.7, Lane 1, Baku, AZE1001, Azerbaijan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Husi Hajiyev Str.7, Lane 1, Baku, is near National Museum of Antiquities of Tajikistan, Parthian Settlement of Nisa, Arch of Neutrality, and Ayni Opera & Ballet Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Baku

    BL #60: Marvel At Baku's Bling

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 31, 2014

    12 photos

    ... across the World. Such disparities are indicative of far greater social problems than being able to afford a cup of coffee in the capital, and are unlikely to ever be addressed within our lifetimes. So rather than stress myself out with this moral dilemma during my last few days of complete and utter freedom, I'll instead go with the flow and relax, order another cup of coffee, and get a piece of cake to go along with ...

    Heading across the Caspian Sea

    A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on May 21, 2013

    67 photos

    ... as to what the photos were, if he know that the museum was, and if he knew what Genocide meant. As it turns out Azerbaijan and Turkey are very close friends, so they too deny any genocide ever happened. Also as Azerbaijan and Armenia were at war in the early 90’s and have never signed a peace treaty, we also got treated to a history lesson as to why all Armenians are evil. After they saw James photos, they searched ever camera one by one and deleted ...

    Post-visit Baku: The Fire Temple

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 04, 2012

    57 photos

    ... non-monotheistic place of worship that's still standing and maintained in a Muslim country--even regarded as a symbol of the city.

    It takes a little while to find the temple--the area around it is being worked on and the way to get there isn't very obvious. Finally I find it and pay the small entrance fee--refusing to pay the extra fee to be able to take pictures...

    Not really all that impressive... the rooms in the side where the monks used ...


    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 08, 2012

    8 photos

    ... my tickets sorted out to Turkmenistan and they told me that I could not board the boat without a visa in my passport. I told them I had a letter and they said no. I was pretty ****** off because I spoke with Turkmenistan authorities in several embassies including USA and Yerevan and they said I should e good to go. Azerbaijan has nothing to do with Turkmenistan borders laws and customs. They should have let me go and let me solve the problem ...

    To a litle bit better world

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 16, 2010


    ... are intricately woven with a deep religious culture. In Azerbaijan, oil is god, and I got the sense that they couldn't really care less about whether they are Europe or Asia - as though the question itself is just a little trivial and unimportant. Azeris hate Iran - as most of their people are trapped within its boundaries and suffering discrimination at the hands of the Iranian government who has given special rights and freedoms to ethnic Armenians and Jews, but none ...