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Hajinski House, Baku

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#16 of 21 in Historic Sites in Baku
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Hajinski House is a monumental building of Baku's Oil-Boom period. Constructed in 1912 for the influential public figure and entrepreneur Isa Bey Hajinski, it combines a range of architectural styles and details, reflecting the fanciful ideas that Baku's oil tycoons often applied to their mansions. The house was converted into apartmemts in the Soviet era, when one of the building's residents was Yusif Mammedaliyev, who won many awards for improving the quality of Soviet fuel during WWII. Another famous figure to have stayed here was French leader Charles De Gaulle, while on his way from Moscow to Tehran in 1944. Plan your visit to Hajinski House and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Baku planner.
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  • This is a famous old building here. This is beautiful during the night when lit.Gen.Charles de Gaulle had stayed here.This was a house of a yesteryear rich man.  more »
  • You can find this grand edifice in front of the Maiden's Tower. It was the palatial home of the 17th century oil baron and philanthropist Issa-bey Hajinski . Built in 3 years the palace was completed....  more »

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