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Where East and West

Azerbaijan is a unique place in the whole world. The Land of Lights is a place where they intersect: various civilizations, religions, a country where East and West meet. This is the only country of its kind, where temples of fire, medieval churches, mosques and synagogues coexist with each other, 9 of the 11 climatic zones in the world are represented, when half-riddles pass imperceptibly into steppes and forests, and those further into the blooming alpine mountains of the Caucasus . Whenever you travel to a Land Protected by Fire, it will always be unforgettable.
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Azerbaijan-Georgia Fire and Wine

At first glance, Azerbaijan and Georgia are two Caucasian countries, where there are many ancient temples and mosques, beautiful mountains, and amazing national cuisine. But choosing one of the combined tours in Azerbaijan and Georgia, you will understand that each of these countries has unique traditions in architecture, art, crafts, cooking and lifestyle. Azerbaijan will amaze with its different nature, on the background of which monuments of various civilizations rise from ancient times. Georgia will charm you with its hospitality, somewhat archaic architecture, exquisite traditions of feasts, and mighty mountains. The combined tour of Azerbaijan and Georgia is a mass of unforgettable impressions and a lot of cultural baggage, for which you want to return again.
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Land of Fire - Country of Zoroaster

Travel to Azerbaijan is one of the most interesting and not forgotten. The Country of Lights, though small and very different, for some 100 kilometers you can get from the semi-desert to the steppes, and then to the forests and alpine meadows. People of different nationalities, ruligy and traditions live in Azerbaijan, and each region is different in its own way. Visit Azerbaijan and enjoy the country truly.
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Paris of the Caucasus

Tours in Azerbaijan - this is an acquaintance with the Land of Lights on the coast of the Caspian Sea, ancient history, incredible nature, healing oil, healing mineral springs, wine and tea tastings, with the most delicious cuisine. You will get acquainted with the capital of the wind city - Baku, see all the energy of the Old City, the thermal springs of Ganja and Naftalan, the center of carpet weaving in Guba, the unique Azerbaijani cuisine and much more.
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Silk Road - Ways of the Ancient Caravans

Silk Road - is one of the most famous trade routes in the east. From time immemorial, the trade route going from east to west and vice versa has attracted a lot of parvants and civilizations. Depending on the historical events of wars, raids, robberies, the Silk Road changed its route, but ultimately reached its final address. Azerbaijan was in the middle of the Great Silk Road and trade routes passed through many cities of Azerbaijan, leaving a great historical heritage in the form of craft centers, caravanserais and baths. Narmin Tour invites you on a fascinating journey through the cities and regions of the great silk road in Azerbaijan, which will leave an unforgettable impression in everyone in each of you.
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Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkmenistan. Alexanders Way

Combined in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkmenistan a unique opportunity to get acquainted with such different countries as Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkmenistan. Each of these countries is unique in its own way, Azerbaijan will open as a place and a crossroads of civilizations, picturesque streets of the old city, old baths, caravanserais adjacent to the minarets of mosques. Ancient early medieval Christian temples, Caucasian Albania, Zoroastrian temples and temples, the colorful cuisine of Azerbaijan will make you love this country at first sight. Georgia will appear before you as a country of genuine Caucasian hospitality, the sulfur baths of Tbilisi, the Middle Ages, the massive Caucasian mountains of Kazbegi, the endless vineyards of Kakheti, a true Georgian character that can be seen in almost everything. Turkmenistan is one of the most mysterious and unexplored countries in the world. Covered with the Karakum deserts and bordered by the Kopetdag ridge, this country hides the ancient cities and millennial civilizations of Nisa, the way of life of local people has not changed for almost millennia. On the territory of Turkmenistan there were such states as: Bactria, the Empire of Alexander the Great, ancient Khorezm, and the Great Silk Road passed through the country.
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Wonders of Azerbaijan

Traveling to Azerbaijan is one of the most fascinating and leaving some of the best impressions of the old people, nature, traditions, customs, and of course its cuisine. Traveling in Azerbaijan you will find how different this country is, and this contrast is very close. Walking along the modern streets above modern Baku, in some miraculous way you find yourself in the old eastern city, whose walls have seen different periods of history, from the Shirvanshahs Palace to the Maiden Tower, proudly standing by the sea. For some 2 hours you get from the semi-desert, into the country of thousands of volcanoes, and two hours later into the old red agate mountains.
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Odin's Homeland

During one of his trips to Baku, the famous scientist, navigator, archaeologist, oceanographer Tur Heyerdahl expressed a hypothesis about the connection of the ancient Vikings with Azerbaijan. Thor Heyerdahl, referring to the fact of the resettlement of the Vikings from Azerbaijan to Scandinavia, referred to the Scandinavian sagas, as well as the texts of the famous 13th-century Icelandic historian Snorre Sturlusson. In a text dated 1220–1240, Sturlusson talks about events that took place more than two thousand years ago, referring, apparently, to sources now lost. If you believe the text, then two generations before Christmas in the Caucasus, King Ogden lived and ruled by people who were called aces from the country of Azer. Heyerdahl, relying on the fact that Ogden, aka Odin, the supreme god of the Scandinavian pagan pantheon, found out many more facts proving the fact of the resettlement of the Vikings, in particular from Azerbaijan, and some common spiritual roots and beliefs. Also in the text of Snorre Sturlusson it is noted that when the Roman legions came to the country of Azer, Ogden could not resist them and left through the lands of the Russes to the North. In the ancient sagas, the chronicler Snorre directly indicates that the first Viking king Odin (Ogden) led his people out of the country of Azer. Odin himself was a shaman, and his magical knowledge and practice inspired respect for those around him. There are a lot of interesting things in the sagas about the initial fire worship of the Vikings. According to the chronicler Snorre, it was Odin who brought and distributed it. When he was terminally ill, he bequeathed to his body to be burned at the stake, and this form of burial, exported from the country of Azer, continued for many centuries with the Norwegians before they adopted Christianity.
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