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"The Nature of Azerbaijan"
Issue date: 6th December 2017
    
       
  1. Khizi Mountains
  2. Mount Bazarduzu
  3. Mount İlandağ
  4. Lake Goygol
  5. Lala Duzu
  6. Tufandag mountain
  7. Mud volcano
  8. Gold autumn    
   
       
  1. İlandağ

    İlandağ is located in Julfa Province. The volcanic mountain is 2'415 metres high. The researchers have arrived at the conclousion that İlandağ was used as an observation post in the time of anon.


       
  1. Mud volcano

    Azerbaijan is known as a unique and classically developed region of mud volcanoes, most of which are found around Baku and Absheron Peninsula, Some of them classified as natural monuments.
       
  1. Lake Goygol

    Lake Goygol, created at the elevation of 1'556 m above the sea level on the side of the Kyapaz Mountain in 1139 (Due to an earthquake which hit the area on 25 September 1139, parts of Mount Kapaz collapsed and blocked the path of the Kürəkçay River), Goygol lake is unique as a natural phaenomeon. It is 96 metres deep, 2800 metres long and 1000 metres wide. One can see trough 13 metres of water at the Goygol. Interestingly enough. The three different layers, the fresh water, the transition layer and the sulfuric water layer never mix.

    source: Azermarka
      
     
     
    

 

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