Lahij village and Gabala tour
Gabala is a tourist destination due to its combination of spring climate, mountainous scenery and diverse fauna. There are many top-notch hotels and resorts, most of which are part of the Qafqaz chains. The natural climatic conditions of the region create opportunities for the development of both summer and winter tourism in the region. The northern side of Kabbalah belongs to the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus mountain range, the middle part to the Alazan-Haftaran valley, and the southern part to the Ajinohur plateau. In addition, the highest mountain of the republic, the Bazarduzu Mountain (4466 meters), is located in this region.
Also, the Seven Eyes Waterfall in Kabbalah. Although its name means 'seven beautiful' because of the seven stages of the waterfall, it also reflects a classic Nizami Ganjavi story. Located in the wooded area west of Vandam, thousands of people climb the waterfall each year - the lower floors are accessible by stairs.
The city includes the "Qabaland" amusement park, an ice skating rink and a Greek-style theater, rental houses built specifically for outdoor concerts. There are also several shopping centers for rental houses in Qabala.
Kabala is home to the Tufandağ Ski Complex, which is considered to be the best ski resort in Azerbaijan and one of the most prominent ski resorts in the Caucasus.
Lahıc is a village the southern slopes of Greater Caucasus within the Ismailli Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Lahij is one of the most ancient human settlements in Azerbaijan. The Lahij District is located in the Ismayilli region of the Republic of Azerbaijan, on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range at a height of 1211 meters above sea level.
During the Medieval Period, Lahij became an important centre of craftsmen in Azerbaijan. Lahij master craftsmen could create forty types of items related to Folk Art. These skilled craftsmen included jewelers, blacksmiths, carpenters, carpet makers, engravers, painters, tanners, shoemakers and bast shoe makers, sock weavers and others. Many valuable examples of the products of these skills are exhibited in famous museums and collections.
There is a large collection of Lahij products in the Azerbaijan Museum of National History, which reflects the many different and richly made items produced by the Lahij craftsmen. Many similar items are also to be found in the Russian Museum of Ethnography (Saint-Petersburg) and the Museum of Eastern Peoples (Moscow). The Louvre Museum in France also has a collection of items from Azerbaijan, which include a copper pot manufactured in Lahij.
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