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“Report” reports that the report emphasizes that there are many interesting issues to be explored in Azerbaijan, which is located at the intersection of Europe and Asia.
The well-known reporter Monika Pinna gave detailed information about the rich traditions of Azerbaijan during her journey from the Caucasus Mountains to the shores of the Caspian Sea.
In this week’s “Discover Azerbaijan” section of “Euronews” and “Euronews.com”, we will travel from the Caucasus Mountains to the shores of the Caspian Sea, discovering the hidden treasures of the Land of Fire along the way.
“The architecture and history of Sheki are so unique that Sheki has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List,” said Monika Pinna, who visited the city of Sheki, an ancient stop of buyers and merchants at the foot of the Great Caucasus Mountains.
“During the golden age of the Silk Road, sericulture, cocoon trade and raw sericulture were the main businesses in Sheki. Today, silk and trade are the basis of the vibrant city. Caravanserai were traditional roadside inns for travelers and merchants, and there are two outstanding examples that have survived to this day.
In Sheki, you must visit the beautiful Khan Palace, built in 1762.
Then we visit the town of Lahic, which has been known as the city of artisans for centuries. But it was the coppersmiths who made it famous, and we get to know the family business that has been working with copper for generations,” the report says.