For several years Baku has been experiencing an incredible building boom. They build new hotels, office buildings, skyscrapers, modern art museums. The parks are clean and they look just perfect! Fountains, neat lawns, benches, illumination... It's very pleasant to be there!
The building boom began after the country had won in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Driving around Baku, you see building cranes and building lumber all the time. They have three areas to work on. First of all, they reconstruct old Soviet buildings. Secondly, they preserve the ancient part of city by building new buildings in the same architectual style and limiting the entry. And finally, they build multiple modern buildings of unbelievable beauty.
Baku Olympic Stadium is a 68,700-seat stadium, designed and constructed to meet the international standards for stadiums set by the UEFA
Baku Crystal Hall is a multipurpose sports and concert arena. The arena is designed to hold the large-scale concerts and either team or individual sporting events.
Construction of the Center’s facility was launched in 2007 and completed on May 10, 2012, to celebrate the National Leader’s 89th anniversary.
he Flame Towers, which have become one of the symbols of modern Baku, unite international and traditional architecture in a total harmony.
In August 2014, the relics got a new luxurious house – a palace in the form of a folded carpet. The authors of the project are well-known Austrian architects Franz Janz and Walter Mari.
Baku Boulevard is a beautiful several km promenade and ideal for long walks both by day and by night.
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