Day 42

Azerbaijan – Inside Caravanserai, a visit to a mud volcano, Gobustan National Park.

 

Inner courtyard of upper Caravanserai in Sheki.

 

Palm tree and old wheel in the inner courtyard at upper Caravanserai.

 

Arched corridor of Caravanserai.

 

A mud volcano in Gobustan.

 

A herdsman on horseback with his flock of goats.

 

Rock in Qobustan (known as Gobustan) National Park with inscription dated 1950.

 

Pottery and ceramics excavated, and preserved in the Gobustan National Park museum.

 

Rugged rocks in Gobustan National Park.

 

Petroglyph depicting people in Gobustan National Park.

 

Petroglyph depiciting people and a boat, pointed at one end with a star.

 

Rocks of all shapes and sizes.

 

Light shining through between rock formations.

 

Petroglyph depicting two animals in Gobustan National Park.

 

Rock with what looks like a honeycomb style internal structure.

 

Petroglyph depicting possibly a horse in Gobustan National Park.

 

Petroglyph depicting possibly a horse in Gobustan National Park.

 

Gobustan National Park.

 

It’s selfie time.

 

Rock art, culture, and landscape.

 

Graveyard in Gobustan National Park.

 

Graves in Gobustan National Park.

 

Graves in Gobustan National Park.

 

Every city has one. I present to you The Baku Eye.

 

Baku’s answer to the Sydney Opera House ?? It’s the Caspian Waterfront Mall – Baku’s Entertainment Centre.

 

Azerbaijan’s Formula 1 Grand Prix was held in Baku last weekend.

 

One of the Flame Towers in Baku.

 

Julie

 

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