One of Azerbaijan’s most unique museums is undoubtedly the Museum of Longevity in the mountaintop town of Lerik. The air is so fresh here and the food so organic that many local residents have lived to over 100. In the small museum you’ll discover the town’s longest livers, including the incredible story of Shirali Muslimov, a shepherd who allegedly reached the grand old age of 168! See Museum of Longevity and all Lerik has to offer by arranging your trip with our Lerik trip planner.
Museum of Longevity reviews
This museum dedicated to centenarians. The museum displays about 2,000 exhibits, including information and photographs of more than 50 of Lerik's centenarians. The museum also contains 40 photographs made by French photographer Frederick Lashop, which were exhibited in Paris.
It's tell about people they been lived for more than 100 years. The place is so special about that people. The all museum around 3 rooms not that much to see just only pictures and some old local staff they used for leaving.
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