Flame Towers, Baku

4.6
Observation Deck · Landmark
Illuminated by panels fitted with over 10,000 LED lights, the Flame Towers transform the city's skyline every night with an eye-catching visual spectacle of dancing flames in honour of Azerbaijan's fire-worshipping heritage. Completed in 2012, the modern tower complex consists of three curvy edifices representing moving flames visible across the city. Two of the towers are home to offices and residential apartments, while another houses the luxury Fairmont Baku hotel, whose rooms and suites reward guests with panoramic views of downtown Baku and the Caspian Sea. Use our Baku road trip planning website to add Flame Towers and other attractions to your Baku vacation plans.
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  • This modern day landmark is made up of 3 buildings which are shaped like flames and are lighted up at night. Impressive.  more »
  • Azerbaijan is known, since ancient times, as the "Land of Fire", mainly due to the large concentration of gas under the Absheron Peninsula and the natural flames that have been burning, throughout...  more »
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  • Luxurious buildings, inside they are even more fancy than from the outside. At the entrance of one of the towers, there is a monumental hall with an hanging diamond crown with lights. The panorama from the towers is also breathtaking and as romantic as you can possibly imagine.
  • Luxurious buildings, inside they are even more fancy than from the outside. At the entrance of one of the towers, there is a monumental hall with an hanging diamond crown with lights. The panorama from the towers is also breathtaking and as romantic as you can possibly imagine.

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