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Nizami Street

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Old City Baku

Nizami Street is a large pedestrian and shopping street in downtown Baku, Azerbaijan, named after classical Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi. This street is home to various outlets, from banks to fashion stores and is one of the most expensive streets in the world. The street also accommodates the embassies of Germany, Norway, the Netherlands and Austria, as well as the European Union Delegation to Azerbaijan.The nearest metro stations are Sahil (red line, south of Nizami Street) and 28 May (both red and green lines, north of the street)

The architecture of the street reflects a synthesis of various styles and directions, which is because, the intensive construction and building was realized in three main levels: late 19th-early 20th century, 1950s–1970s and a modern period.

The traffic-free segment, which begins at the Fountains Square and ends at the Rashid Behbudov Street, is commonly known as Torgovaya ("the merchant street" in Russian). You will walk on foot in this spectacular area which located stylish brand shops, restaurants, cafes, decorative and art sculptures, illuminated fountains in.

This spacious, elegant and illuminated space is considered a complete shopping space. Especially at night, as you walking you will be fascinated by the streets that are illuminated by large chandeliers from above.

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