Gobustan State Historical and Artistic Reserve is located in Gobustan settlement of Garadagh district, 56 km from the capital Baku. There is also a museum here. Monuments of Mesolith (medieval stone) are mostly exhibited in the reserve. There are caves, springs and so on. In the reserve under the open sky, rock paintings drawn by ancient people and other material sources related to their lives and lives are protected. The Gobustan Reserve, a world-wide historical monument in the area of more than 4,000 hectares, was included in the UNESCO Cultural Heritage List in 2007. Gobustan rock art has a notable universal value for the quality and density of the engravings, because the collection of rock art shows hunting, fauna, flora and lifestyle, cultural and cultural continuity between ancient and medieval times. Azerbaijan is known as a unique and classic development zone of mud volcanoes on the Earth. 344 of the more than 2,000 mud volcanoes in the world are located in the eastern part of Azerbaijan and in the Caspian Sea boundary. Most of the mud volcanoes are spread over Baku and the Absheron Peninsula, and some of them have been formed as a natural monument. With full determination Azerbaijan can be called a mud volcano, and these volcanoes are both national and natural resources.
– The Baku-Gobustan road
– Excursion at the Gobustan Museum of History (Gobustan panorama view, UNESCO World Cultural Heritage, Gobustan natural environment, Archeological discovery)
Rock paintings, drawings and ancient Roman inscriptions
– Mud volcanoes – remote monitoring of mud volcanoes in the territory of Gobustan
– The visit to the volcano – an unknown historical monument in the Absheron peninsula, near Baku, on the coast of the Caspian Sea, in the village of Mahammedi, fired as a result of natural gas leakage at the foot of the mountain