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National Flag Square (Azerbaijani: Dövlət Bayrağı Meydanı) is a large city square off Neftchiler Avenue in Bayil, Baku, Azerbaijan. A flag measuring 70 by 35 metres (230 by 115 feet) flies on a pole 162 m (531 ft) high.
Would give it five stars if the flag was actually there. Used to be huge, impressive flag but was taken down. I believe it will be replaced by even bigger one, until then though - 1 star, nothing to see here. Move along, this is...More
As we drove past this square, our driver explained that the flag was taken down to have more material added to make it the largest flag in the region, as a neighbouring country had recently taken the title - bit of friendly rivalry .. hahahaha
So, we walked up toward National Flag Square to see what we were expecting to be a huge flag on the tallest flagpole in the world (according to Guinness), but lo and behold, there was nothing there but the square where the pole once stood......More
here was once a large and impressive flag here, unfortunately no more, it is not clear whether it is no longer the largest flag in the world or for other reasons, the area of the mast is impressive and well maintained, the entire avenue wide...More
There's a flag near the carpet museum that I think some reviewers have mistaken for National Flag Square. Right now (September 2018) the flag and square are under renovation. The "other" flag near the carpet museum is also impressive and it's a great picture from...More
We had wanted to see the worlds 2nd biggest flag but it wasn’t there! Having read previous reviews it doesn’t seem to have been there for a while - someone suggested it was being taken to the sewers to make it the biggest flag in...More