Now some good stuff from Azerbajdzan. As a side note: so often we only have time to only see a capital or anything in the close proximity to the airport. It's undoubtedly a great experience, but to me only if you travel to god-knows-where can you really gain a full understanding of the country/culture/people. Getting to this 1 a.d. church in Kish, Azerbajdzan took me 6 hours by car (which relatively not too long, but brought me almost to the country's border). My reward - this place was so authentic and so strikingly different from Baku, which more resembles Dubai than a capital of an ancient civilization #travelfar
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