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Gunay Afandiyeva: Our organization conducted research on the destruction of historical, cultural and religious monuments of Azerbaijan in the regions occupied by Armenia

Gunay Afandiyeva

“The International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation conducted research on the destruction of historical, cultural and religious monuments of Azerbaijan in the regions occupied by Armenia, and we plan to present them in the near future,” said president of the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation Gunay Afandiyeva as she …

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TRADITIONAL AZERBAIJANI CUISINE

Azerbaijan cuisine

From the ancient times till nowadays Azerbaijani cuisine has been considered to be one of the most unique cuisines in the world. It has a big and outstanding range of meals and drinks. History of traditional Azerbaijani cuisine goes deeply to medieval times. Don’t be surprised, but our country has …

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Azerbaijani Cuisine

Azerbaijani national cuisine is very diverse and has dozens of different types of dairy, meat, flour, vegetable dishes. Such a diversity was influenced by the geographical conditions and social status of people. The mountainous and subtropical climate has caused a wide distribution of mutton, poultry, river and sea (Caspian) fish, …

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Azerbaijani movie to premier at 77th Venice Film festival

77th Venice Film festival

A film by Azerbaijani director Hilal Baydarov, “In Between Dying”, has made it to the lineup of the 77th Venice International Film Festival as it will celebrate its world premiere on September 11. “In Between Dying” is a 2020 internationally co-produced drama film co-written, edited and directed by Baydarov. It …

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Azerbaijani director to shoot film on Karabakh conflict

Elmar Bayramov

US-based Azerbaijani film director Elmar Bayramov has begun work on a new short film. The director is filming drama “After”, which tells about a man who was taken as a hostage during the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. After 17 years, he decided to start looking for his daughter, Day.Az reported. Notably, Bayramov’s another work-short film …

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ICESCO pays tribute to frontline heroes on World Humanitarian Day

İCESCO

As Covid-19 ravages lives and economies in 213 countries and territories around the world, Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) pays tribute to medical and social frontliners who risk their lives every day to curb the outbreak, according to the official website of ICESCO. This year’s celebration of …

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