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20 January - a Day of Mourning in Azerbaijan
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What happened on 20 January 1990 was an act of terror by a totalitarian regime. The crime committed
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Although modern Azerbaij ani history is linked to the historical
The Mystery of the Maiden Tower
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The Maiden Tower is a Baku landmark, a much loved symbol of the city and of Azerbaijan. It looms dar
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Restoring Historical Justice: The Nobels and Baku
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A BRIEF HISTORY OF OIL AND GAS WELL DRILLING
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TAKING LADY LADLE FOR A WALK -  And Other Seasonal Rituals in Azerbaijan
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The Novruz holiday, which celebrates the start of spring, may be the best known of Azerbaijan’
German  Colonies  in Azerbaijan
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The German page of Azerbaijan’s history is one of the mor
Azerbaijani Novruz
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The Azerbaijani people have several holidays connected with
Karabagh's roots go back to Caucasian Albania
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The main cause of
Jews in Azerbaijan: a History Spanning Three Millennia
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The Azerbaijani and Jewish peoples have a long tradition
Baku Oil in Decisive Battles of World War II
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The Spread of islam
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Winter Warmer: Rediscovering Baku’s Hammam Culture
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March 1918 Massacre in Baku
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Mass Grave Found in Northern Azerbaijan
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“Who controls the past controls the future, who controls the present controls the past”.
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Massacre in Monte di Nese
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The Zionist Movement in Azerbaijan
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British Police in Baku
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