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Alright, back to blogging 😂. For some of you know where we’ve been last July school holiday, Azerbaijan was a nice surprise for us and I have 2 posts before this so please check them out if you haven’t done yet.
Heydar Aliyev Museum is a beautiful, very clean and spacious museum with full of things to discover and yes lot’s of photo ops so be ready always with selfies or two-fies with your loved ones. The architect of this building was the famous woman ZAHA HADID who also built the Abu Dhabi famous bridge – Sheikh Zayed Bridge, among other things and places around the World. As per The Guardian of London, she was the “Queen of the Curve”. Her biography is also a great thing to read about. Just click the link on these names and it will bring you to another tab to read for later because you have to finish my blog first haha!
You perhaps can now sense why she’s the “Queen of the Curve” isn’t it obvious as shown in the photos above?
The Museum is fascinating! I guarantee that you will learn a lot! things that you never heard before or known things before this. For example like they have so many dolls there as below. Some are weird and some are really interesting! I remember I did recognize a few dolls there that perhaps I have seen either in books or a movie?
Below are the places that we didn’t get the chance to visit in Azerbaijan. This is just a miniature what more if you see the real-life size of these buildings?! I cannot put it all here so there are some more in my album that I cannot share here, sorry.
If you are going as per the hop on hop off tour bus better make sure you ask the driver for the arrival schedule at the museum. Have 2-time options as it can take more than an hour to see it all plus they have a nice garden coffee shop on the ground floor but I don’t recommend if you are really hungry. Only little snacks and coffee.
It’s best you see this for yourself one day. They are really worth the trip when you are in Baku, Azerbaijan. I hope you like this post for all those who love museums like me. Thanks for your time, like and the comment will be much appreciated. Cheers!