The Chain Stitching of Sheki
Chain stitching blossomed in Shaki in the beginning of the 19th century.
Photoessay: "Whoever has money has no taste, whoever has taste - no money."
In the workshop of Zamin the Sculptor
Preserving the Art of Wood Carving in Ganja
Though he began as a painter and drawer, he eventually turned to wood - drawing. He has since met with great success, and had his works displayed in countries across the world, including Iran, Russia, Norway ...
Mir Movsumzade: the Crippled Healer of Azerbaijan
Mir Movsumzade (b. 1883) was respected as a semi - religious symbol who was rumored to possess healing powers, despite his own disabilities which deprived him of mobility and affected his motor system.
Azerbaijani Popular Front Party demonstrations: "End to thievery, end to monarchy!"
Azerbaijani Popular Front Party held a demonstration on September 11 in protest of the upcoming September 26 constitutional referendum.
Shusha: after the April 4 Day War
Russian traveler Pavel Morovkin visited Nagorno Karabakh after the Four Day War in April.
Tandoor oven maker, Granny Madina
Qubada hamı onu təndirçi Mədinə nənə kimi tanıyır
An artist giving life to stones
Şəkidə anadan olan Elxan Kərimov ixtisasca rəssamdır.
Painting with hydrocarbons
Sabir Chopurov was born in Borchali (Georgia) in 1956. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Tbilisi.
One in, one out.
Orhan Elgiz, an author for Meydan TV, wrote yesterday in an article about the caricature about the ... Letter of Khadija from prison: Two months ago, the Washington Post published a letter of Khadija Ismailova. "Don't ...