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Reviewed 26 August 2019

This is great place to visit to learn about past.Just keep in mind if you have small kids it may be little too much for them to handle since you will be under the sun climbing (not much but still)rocks

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed 24 August 2019

Nice trip, though we mainly enjoyed the bubbling lava and the Old Lake Museum. Anyone who is not interested in archaeology does not have much to do there. This is where the ancient man engraved paintings on the rocks

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 23 August 2019 via mobile

Very well put together, excellent visitor centre with a lots of displays about the history of the region and archeological discoveries, plus guides and graphics to help with deciphering the rock art. We spent around 40 minutes in there. Once done with the visitor centre you drive up to the rock art itself which is about 1/4 mile further on. the rock art is spread across a dozen or so locations connected by a well built walkway. It's pretty easy to spot all the different carvings, some are a bit more subtle, suggest you take along at least one sharp eyed child if you want to spot them all. Spent another 40 minutes or so viewing the carvings. The old visitor centre has been converted into a viewing platform from which you can look out over the escarpment and down onto the Caspian.

There's an air con cafe back at the car park, quite limited selection, mainly tea (obviously) coffee and ice creams, friendly people running it and great place to cool down.

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed 23 August 2019 via mobile

Great walk in the National Park. The rock art was amazing. The museum was excellent. Not to be missed.

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank kandramooka
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Reviewed 16 August 2019

The petroglyphs on the huge rocks and boulders, exposed by earthquakes and quarry work, are simply mesmerising. Walk up the hill to discover a range of carvings from different animals to pregnant women and Viking ships, lending credence to the view that the Vikings reached Azerbaijan via the Volga river. Warning signs for snakes but no problem if you remain on the well-trodden paths! However, would recommend wearing trainers or sensible shoes. You are exposed on this site, so bring a sun hat and water. There is a two-floor museum (and lift) show-casing discoveries on the site as well as a toilet block and souvenir shop.

Date of experience: August 2019
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