The Multani Caravanserai was built in the 14th century and stands opposite the Bukhara Caravanserai. Named after the city of Multan in Pakistan, it was used by medieval merchants and Zoroastrians from India when they stopped in Baku. It is assumed that among them were those responsible for erecting the Ateshgah Fire Temple in Surakhani, which was mainly visited by Indian fire-worshippers. The caravanserai is square in shape and oriental in style and balconies surround the inner courtyard. Today the caravanserai houses a restaurant serving Azerbaijani cuisine. Put Multan Karvansarayi into our Baku trip planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Baku.
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After visiting the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, Zamkovskaya Side-street, we went to see the Caravansarai, that is now an hotel renovated from the old loges . It has a very nice garden and the building.... more »
You can see two caravansaray located in front of each other in Old City Baku. These lodges were located all over the trade routes to facilitate the traders. This one was built in the 15th century. It.... more »
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