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Nizami Museum of Literature

Ictiglalijet St, 53, Baku, Azerbaijan
+994 12 492 18 64
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Right next to the Fountain Square you can see one of the most artistic buildings of Baku, the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
HINAWASEEM
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ISLAMBAD PAKISTAN
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A day out in Baku

I highly recommend the guided tour to this insightful Azeri Literature.. Enter by the side door... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Aurora S
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Perth, Australia
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“nice building” (2 reviews)
“old city” (3 reviews)
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Ictiglalijet St, 53, Baku, Azerbaijan
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Right next to the Fountain Square you can see one of the most artistic buildings of Baku, the Nizami Ganjavi Museum of Azerbaijan Literature. It is named after the greatest poet and thinker of Azerbaijan. It can be easily recognised because of its blue majolica...More

Thank HINAWASEEM
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I highly recommend the guided tour to this insightful Azeri Literature.. Enter by the side door and enjoy the cultural experience

Thank Aurora S
Reviewed 23 November 2017

We bumped on this edifice while walking from the pedestrian Nizami St towards the old walled city of Baku. It's a pretty large bldg occupying an entire block. Best is the side facing a big staircase leading to the Nizami statue with 6 life size...More

Thank B1714D
Reviewed 4 November 2017

This is a rather underwhelming museum, and its best feature is undoubtedly its exterior, complimented by six white figures. This is a great photo-op, but skip the museum itself.

Thank TheShis
Reviewed 26 October 2017

We ran into this place late afternoon and it was closed.Better to visit at night because of lighting.

Thank minoovaghefi
Reviewed 4 October 2017

For me it was very interesting seeing the exterior of the building very well decorated and with a lot of statues of Azeri writers. As I was not interesting in the Azeri literature itself I just saw the building from the exterior and I was...More

Thank Rosario_it
Reviewed 28 July 2017

Here is only very nice building especially in night but you don`t gain enough data about nizami gangavi because he is a iranian poet and the most data about him in iran.but i highly recommed to visit this museum.

Thank pghadamli
Reviewed 12 July 2017

We spent an hour there with a guide speaking our own language!, Farsi, and it made our visit even more pleasant. A must go place if you want to get to know the culture.

Thank Hananeh H
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Beautiful building. Sadly the charge of Manat 10 (USD 8) makes it a little expensive to see the building alone. Need an interest in Azeri literature to enjoy it.

Thank Cyril-Mundy
Reviewed 29 April 2017

The Museum is located near the old city, city of walls, miniature library on one side and the other side is the street art and also known as the walk.

Thank arunbvkumar
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