Oghuz (Azerbaijani: Oguz) is a city and municipality in, and the capital of, the Oghuz Rayon of Azerbaijan Republic. Oghuz was known as Vartashen until 1991 and was renamed to Oghuz in 1991.
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The JW Marriott Absheron Baku Hotel, also Absheron Hotel is a skyscraper hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan, located on Azadliq Square next to Pushkin's Park and the Crescent Hotel on the edge of the Caspian Sea. The hotel was established in 1985. The origin…
Şahbuz (also, Chay-Shakhbuz, Shahbuz, and Shakhbuz) is a city and municipality in and capital of Shahbuz District, in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan. It has a population of 3,127.
Tərtər (also, Mir Bashir, Mirbäshir, and Terter) is a city in and the capital of the Tartar Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Shamakhi or Shamakhy (Azerbaijani: Şamaxı) is a rayon of the Republic of Azerbaijan, and a town in the rayon. It is the historical center of the region of Shirvan.
Sahil is a village and municipality in the Qaradağ raion of Baku, Azerbaijan.
Sabirabad (also, Galagayin, Petropavlovka, Petropavlovskoye, and Ssabirabad) is a city in and the capital of the Sabirabad Rayon of Azerbaijan. The city was renamed in honor of the poet Mirza Alekper Sabir.
Qars (also, Kars) is a village in the Khizi Rayon of Azerbaijan. The village forms part of the municipality of Tıxlı.
The Mingachevir reservoir (Azerbaijani: Mingəçevir su anbarı) is a large reservoir in northwestern Azerbaijan.
The following page lists all power stations in Azerbaijan.
Göygöl (Azerbaijani: Göygöl, literally "the Blue Lake") is a natural impounded lake in Azerbaijan.
Kurdamir (Azerbaijani: Kürdəmir), is a town in and the capital of the Kurdamir Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Jolfa County (Persian: شهرستان جلفا) is a county in East Azerbaijan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Jolfa. At the 2006 census, the county's population was 52,176, in 14,186 families. The county is subdivided into two districts: the C…
Gədəbəy (also, Gädäbäy, Gadabay, Kedabek, Kedabeko, Kedalek, and Kyadabek) is a city in and capital of the Gadabay Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Gulustan Palace (Azerbaijani: Gülüstan sarayı), formerly known as Gulustan Wedding Palace Complex during the Soviet era is the main state convention center of the Azerbaijani government.
Gobustan is an administrative district, or rayon, of Azerbaijan. Area 1,369.4 km²; population 37,137; population density 27 persons/km². Its administrative centre, Qobustan (not to be confused with Qobustan, Baku) was known as Maraza until 2009, and…
Ganja City Stadium is located in Ganja, Azerbaijan.
Şabran (also known as Shabran, Dəvəçi, Dävächi, Divichi, Däväçi, Devechi, Divachi,
Daşkəsən, also known as Dashkasan, is a city and municipality in and the capital of the Dashkasan Rayon of modern Azerbaijan. It has a population of 10 801. The municipality consists of the city of Daşkəsən and the village of Alunitdağ.
Dashkasan (Azerbaijani: Daşkəsən) is a rayon of Azerbaijan.
Barzavu is a village and municipality in the Lerik Rayon of Azerbaijan, a hilly region near the Iranian border. It is 150 miles south of Baku, and has a population of 637.
Barsum is a village in the Shamkir Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Baku Kala Air Base is a military airbase in Baku (also known as Bakü or Baki), the capital of Azerbaijan.
Azokh (Armenian: Ազոխ, Azerbaijani: Azıx) is a village in the Khojavend Rayon of Azerbaijan and Hadrut Province of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, and is situated on the small river Ishhanaget (Armenian: Իշխանագետ), near to the Azykh Cave.
The Aras Dam (Azerbaijani: Araz su anbarı)(Persian: سَدِّ اَرَس) is an embankment dam on the Aras River along the border of Iran and Azerbaijan. It is located downstream of Poldasht in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran and Nakhchivan City in Nakhchiva…
Aghdara (Azerbaijani: Ağdərə also spelled as Agdere or Aqdara) or Martakert (Armenian: Մարտակերտ Martakert, also spelled as Mardakert) is the de facto administrative center of Martakert Region of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and a de jure town in t…
Agdash (also, Ağdaş, Agdasch, Aghdash, and Akdash; until 1919, Arash Mahal) is a city in and the capital of the Agdash Rayon of Azerbaijan. Agdash suffered considerable damage during the June 4, 1999 earthquake but has since been thoroughly repaired.
Yaradullu is a village in the Agstafa Rayon of Azerbaijan. The village forms part of the municipality of Tatlı.
Siyəzən (also, Siazan’, Kisil-burun, Kyzyl-Burun) is a city and municipality in, and the capital of, the Siazan Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has a population of 24,900.
Shusha (Azeri: Şuşa) is a rayon of Azerbaijan.
Shua is a village in the Astara Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Saler is a village in the Shamkir Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Saatlı (also, Saatly and Saotly) is a city in and the capital of the Saatly Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Qubadlı (also, Ghubat’ly, Koubately, Kubatlu, Kubately, and Qubadly) was a city in and the capital of the Qubadli Rayon of Azerbaijan. Now Qubadli is in Nagorno Karabakh Republic.
Qaraqan Saatlı (also, Qarağan Saatlı, Karagan Saatly, and Karagansaat) is a village in the Agdash Rayon of Azerbaijan. The village forms part of the municipality of Şəmsabad.
Pirsaat (also, Pirsagat) is a settlement in Baku, Azerbaijan. The settlement forms part of the municipality of Ələt in Qaradağ raion.