Imam Huseyn Mosque
Overshadowed by vast new apartment towers is the fine Imam Huseyn Mosque , featuring some attractive Moorish and Art Nouveau...
Təzə Pir Mosque
It was built between 1903 and 1914 but a recent renovation has added gilding to its minaret tips and stone cladding to the surrounding...
Taza Bəy Hamami
This 1886 stone-vaulted bathhouse (men only) is merrily overloaded with knick-knacks and kitschy statuettes. The bathing fee includes...
Cottage atmosphere with costumed waitresses and great value AZN6 lunch. Menus in Cyrillic.
Lonely Planet review
For foreign visitors a popular choice is the Rostropovich Museum , given the international fame of the Bakuvian cellist and conductor Mstislav Rostropovich, who lived here as a child. However, it’s of very limited interest to nonspecialists and no English is spoken.