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Skateboarding struggles to take hold in Azerbaijan
Skateboarding gained popularity in the country in the early 2000s. There was a skate park in the capital, Baku, and some Azerbaijani skaters went...
Baku’s Hidden Gems
From above, Baku is a blend of low old buildings, modern high rises and uninviting Soviet apartment blocks. Its walled historical heart,...
Baku’s Hamams: Building Community the Old-Fashioned Way
When Bakuvians think of their city’s traditional hamams, they think of light from small windows illuminating yellow-marble rooms swathed in...
Azerbaijan’s Economy Goes Nuts
Sitting at the confluence of two large rivers flowing down from the Great Caucasus, Zagatala is Azerbaijan’s hazelnuts heaven. Across the...
Nigar Samadzadeh stands out in Baku. It is definitely the blue hair, the shaved eyebrows, and the fake fur coat, but there is more to it. By virtue...
The Azeri Grandmother Surfing The Web
Stereotypes have it that the older you are, the worse you are at navigating the Internet. That is, when you are at all. And indeed in Azerbaijan,...
Azerbaijan’s Jewish Past and Present
Meir Manashirov strolls to the cemetery everyday. Slowly. The 84 year old is frail, he takes his time to get to the graveyard - he walks through...
Azerbaijan’s Meskhetian Turks
On November 14, 1944 Gulli Bekirova was 11. She remembers a cold night, winter was in the air. The women of the family were together, when they...