Poland hosts expo dedicated to Azerbaijan PHOTO
By Laman Ismayilova
An open-air exhibition dedicated to Azerbaijan was opened in Poland, Azertac reported. The event organized with support of the Azerbaijani embassy took place at Plac Bankowy (Bank Square) in Warsaw.
Plac Bankowy is one of the most important squares and traffic junctions in the capital. It's a great place of interest which attracts a lot of tourists from different countries.
The exhibition features photos reflecting the historical monuments, contemporary architecture, the unique nature and major tourist destinations of Azerbaijan.
The exhibition will run until the end of July.
Breathtaking landscape, triumphant architecture, thriving cosmopolitan cities -- these are all about beautiful Azerbaijan, the largest republic of the Caucasus.
Calling itself as the 'Land of Fire', the country is a land of contrasts. Neither Europe nor Asia, it's a nexus of ancient historical empires, but also a modern life and nation rapidly transforming itself and keeping pace with rapidly developing countries.
Its cosmopolitan capital, Baku, rings a UNESCO-listed ancient
core with dazzling 21st-century architecture and sits on the
oil-rich Caspian Sea.
All these and more make the Baku, which is informally called the "City of Winds", as one of the tourist destinations in the region for the past years.
The development of the tourism industry is one of the main economic issues of any state. The most important work on this way is informing future guests about the natural and historical beauties, a high level of security and developed infrastructure of the country.
Laman Ismayilova is AzerNews’ staff journalist, follow her on Twitter: @Lam_Ismayilova
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