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Shopping In Azerbaijan

The streets of Azerbaijan and its cities are a sheer delight for shopaholics, owing to the plethora of markets selling silk, artefacts, handicrafts, souvenirs, and so on. Some interesting things you could take back home from Azerbaijan include silk scarfs, pottery items, fridge magnets, and crude oil paintings, amongst other souvenirs. Few of the popular shopping destinations of the country include Nizami Street, Taza Bazaar, Fountain Square, and more. Known as ‘Neft Painitings’, art lovers can have look at these paintings that are painted using crude oil. You can shop for these from numerous souvenir stores.
Known to be one of oldest departmental stores in all of Baku, TsUM or MUM shopping centre is also one of the most famous places to shop in the city. Spread over four floors, you can buy anything and everything ranging from electronics to wedding dresses here! The best part about this shopping centre is that it is nestled right in the centre of the town of Baku. This centre is your one-stop shop for everything you need.
Named after Nizami Ganjavi, the famous Persian poet, Nizami Street is one of the most popular shopping streets in Baku. Explore this market and discover its variety of shops ranging from supermarkets to quaint stores selling local souvenirs and other branded items. As you stroll down this bustling street, make sure you hone your bargaining skills.
If you are on the lookout for chic, classy high-end brand, you must visit the famous Fountain Square of Baku. Located deep in the heart of Baku city, this is where you can satiate your desire to shop high-end, branded items. Besides shopping, Fountain Square is also a great place to unwind, owing to the plethora of stylish restaurants and hotels speckled along Fountain Square.
A paradise for Caviar lovers, the famous Taza Bazar, is one of the biggest and oldest street markets of Azerbaijan. One can shop for a range of products here, ranging from fruits to vegetables, nuts, flowers and much more. It is at this bazaar, where one can find Baku Beluga, which is known to be the rarest caviar in the world!
The streets of Azerbaijan and its cities are a sheer delight for shopaholics, owing to the plethora of markets selling silk, artefacts, handicrafts, souvenirs, and so on. Some interesting things you c...
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