The Shahdag mountain resort in Azerbaijan is renowned for its amazing rocks, high mountain herds and flocks and the traditional way of life of local villagers.
It’s the perfect place to explore the Greater Caucasus range.
Azerbaijan's dolma tradition is dear to all of its communities. What's more, it figures on the UNESCO intangible heritage list!
Time spent in tunnels at the Duzdag mountain is said to work wonders for respiratory problems - and keep you looking young!
The beautiful site in Azerbaijan has plenty of tales to tell, from Noah's Ark to vicious snakes!
"We go and only wind is left. We pass away and only a work remains." In our Postcard from Azerbaijan, these poignant words feature on a 12th century monument built in honour of a very special woman.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: A critical report’s published on Hungary’s rule of law and fundamental rights, but divisions remain over
With Ilham Aliyev winning a fourth term as president, what next for Azerbaijan?
The Azerbaijani capital hosted its 12th annual Jazz festival with concerts, exhibitions and workshops springing up across the city.
When Azerbaijan's carpet museum opened in Baku in 1967 it was the world's first museum of its kind and it's now a repository of Azerbaijani culture.
Lahic village in the Caucasus mountains is isolated in winter, but in summer visitors are enticed by its increasingly rare artisans.
Kebabs and bread are on the menu in this forest retreat near Gabala.
Believed by some to be Azerbaijan's national instrument, the tar has been around for centuries.
Azerbaijan has blasted claims that its ruling elite ran a secret 2.5 billion-euro slush fund to pay off politicians and promote a positive image of its leadership, amid accusations of human rights abuse and rigged elections.
After 12 years in retirement, chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov is making a come back - but only for five days
Kicking off in the middle of these picturesque mountains in northern Azerbaijan, is this year’s Gabala International Music Festival.
It's become a must for travelling foodies, but can euronews get hold of the secret recipe?
In this episode of Postcards from Azerbaijan, we will discover Sheki Khans' Palace and its sliding shebeke windows.