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Baku Beyond: Adventures in Azerbaijan
Submitted by pablo on 2006-11-20 03:42:16 (via www.xenophilia.net)
I knew very little about Azerbaijan before reading this article. What impressed me are the huge, immensely modern gas stations there, since the oil industry is highly developed. And there’s a lot to find out about attractions too – from seaside to old buildings, mountains and ancient carvings dating since the 1st century C.E. Surely worth reading!
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-07 01:49:07
I didn't read till the end, but if you wanna know,most of the written is true (for a tourist)
Bye
NETSON
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-08 02:33:31
I read the article and i could easily see the imprint of a European foreigner which went through "coke-town" period during the industrialization of Great Britain...and kind of centering the main focus on oil and gas of Azerbaijan...the article is pretty much fair with many little mistakes that sum up to a great mis-leading about Baku and overall Azerbaijan...when you compare it with the year 2007.

P.S: That portal set in the large wooden door in Sheki signifies one important message that every GUEST should know...no matter who you are you will bend and show your respect by doing so in front of the host. It means that even if George Bush comes to sheki he will also bend to get inside...
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-14 00:13:47
I am living in Azerbaijan.
I read the whole artical.I haven't been in Sheki and Qobustan but I would like to say that most of it is right.

Ghazaleh
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