House of Jafarovs family of Ganja. Ibrahim Jafarov is an built this house by himself in honor of his brother and all WW2 soldiers who not returned back to home or died war fronts. You can contact his grandson Elshan who today live in this house to tell their story. Note, that this is private house, but Jafarovs are not mind for taking facade pictures of house. Any donates are welcome.
The Philharmony was built in 2016. There with the site of the '''castle with khan palace and city walls''' till the Russian siege in 19th century. During soviet era all historical buildings were destroyed and '''cinema "Baku"''' was built on the site of the castle. After Azerbaijan attained independence, the cinema was torn down to develop the Philharmony.
Side of the square remain the same as it was since 16th century.'''City Hall was build during Soviet Era'''. The building itself is a twin of '''Tbilisi Parliament Hall'''.
Walking street in heart of Old City of Ganja with fountains and street art moniments. There are many cozy cafes and souvenire stores.
Gateway to all cities and towns of Azerbaijan. Also, international bus services from/to Iran, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia.
The terminus for national and international rail links to the city. You can easily get to/from Tbilisi, Batumi, '''Baku'''.
Public worship performed on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as the Twelves and Great holidays.
Ganja is one of the oldest cities in the Caucasus, and has long been one of the most important in Azerbaijan. Having been subjected to a seemingly endless stream of invading armies, its name has changed repeatedly over the years. The historical name, Ganja, was restored once again upon Azerbaijan's independence in 1991. With a population of over 300,000 it's currently the country's second-largest city.