Azerbaijani culture
The Culture of Azerbaijan has developed under influence under Islamic and European cultures, Iranian and Turkic heritage as well as Russian influences due to its former status as a Soviet republic. To...
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Television in Azerbaijan
Television in Azerbaijan was introduced in 1956, when Azerbaijan was still known as the Azerbaijani SSR.Azerbaijan has a total of 47 television channels, of which 4 are public television channels and ...
Culture of Azerbaijan
The Culture of Azerbaijan has developed under influence under Islamic and European cultures, Iranian and Turkic heritage as well as Russian influences due to its former status as a Soviet republic. To...
Culture of Azerbaijan - Wikipedia
Azerbaijani folklore
Azerbaijani folklore is the folk tradition of Azerbaijanis which has developed throughout the centuries.Azerbaijani folklore is embodied explicitly in a large collection of narratives and implicitly i...
International Solidarity Day of Azerbaijanis
International Solidarity Day of Azerbaijanis (Azerbaijani: Dünya Azərbaycanlılarının Həmrəyliyi Günü) Inspired by the fall of the Berlin Wall, the nationalist Popular Front of Azerbaijan called fo...
Theatre in Azerbaijan
Azerbaijani theatre (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan teatrı) – is a theatrical art of the Azerbaijani people.
Sources of Azerbaijani theatrical art lie on ancient holidays and dances.Elements of theat...
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Matenadaran
The Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts (Armenian: Մեսրոպ Մաշտոցի անվան հին ձեռագրերի ինստիտուտ (Mesrop Mashtots'i anvan hin dzeragreri institut)), commonly referred to as the Matenad...
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Siazan District
Siyazan or Siazan (Azerbaijani: Siyəzən) is an rayon in Azerbaijan, capital Siyəzən. The region is home to a significant community of Tats who speak the Tat language. The word Siyazan means "black...
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Blue Mosque, Yerevan
The Blue Mosque (Armenian: Կապույտ Մզկիթ, Kapuyt Mzkit; Persian: مسجد کبود‎, Azerbaijani: Göy məscid, Masjed-e Kabud), is a mosque in Yerevan, Armenia. During the Soviet era, because of...
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Shamakhi dancers
The Shamakhi dancers (Azerbaijani: Şamaxı rəqqasələri) were the principal dancers of the entertainment groups that existed in Shamakhi (Azerbaijan) up to the late 19th century. These groups worked sim...
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Literature of Azerbaijan
Azerbaijani literature (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan ədəbiyyatı) refers to the literature written in Azerbaijani, which currently is the official state language of the Republic of Azerbaijan and is wid...
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Architecture of Azerbaijan
Architecture of Azerbaijan refers to the architecture development in Azerbaijan.Architecture in Azerbaijan typically combines elements of East and West. Many ancient architectural treasures such as th...
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Nizami Ganjavi
Nizami Ganjavi (Persian: نظامی گنجوی, Nezāmi-ye Ganjavi‎; Kurdish: Nîzamî Gencewî; Azerbaijani: Nizami Gəncəvi) (1141 to 1209) (6th Hejri century), Nizami Ganje'i, Nizami, or Nezāmi, who...
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Ardabil rug
Ardabil rugs originate from Ardabil located in the province of Ardabil Province in northwestern Iran, 639 kilometers from Tehran. Ardabil has a long and illustrious history of Azerbaijani carpet weavi...
Azerbaijani art
Azerbaijani art has developed over the ancient history of Azerbaijan. The Azerbaijanis have created a rich and distinctive culture, a major part of which is decorative and applied art. This form of ar...
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Hıdırellez
Hıdırellez or Hıdrellez (Turkish: Hıdırellez or Hıdrellez, Azerbaijani: Xıdır İlyas or Xıdır Nəbi, Crimean Tatar: Hıdırlez, Romani language: Ederlezi) is celebrated as the day on which Pro...
Mugham
Mugham also known as Mugam (Azerbaijani: Muğam) is one of the many folk musical compositions from Azerbaijan, contrast with Tasnif, Ashugs. Mugam draws on Arabic maqam.It is a highly complex art f...
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Religion in Azerbaijan
Religion in Azerbaijan comprises different religious trends spread among the people and ethnic groups residing in the country. There are several confessions in Azerbaijan.Approximately 93.4% of the po...
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Azerbaijani nationalism
Azerbaijani nationalism was relatively slow to develop under the communists. "Rather than imagining themselves as part of a continuous national tradition, like the Georgians and Armenians, the Muslims...
Azerbaijani music
Azerbaijani music is the musical tradition of the Azeri people, from Azerbaijan. It builds on folk traditions that reach back nearly 1,000 years. For centuries, Azeri music has evolved under the badge...
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