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This article was the Collaboration of the week between 28 May 2007 and 3 June 2007.

I took this out of the Do section, as I don't think it should go there, but I can't think where else to put it in the guide - possibly because it probably shouldn't be in a travel guide... -- Tim (writeme!) 04:01, 29 May 2007 (EDT)

===Conference Centers===
*Baku Business Center (Baku Biznes Mərkəzi, Denizkenari Milli Park (bulvar)) tel: 994 012 4-97-3240; fax: 994 012 4-97-3180; e-mail: 
This building has been in use since 2 February 2004 with exhibition halls equaling nearly 1,100 square meters.  This building has conference rooms 

equipped with projectors and a speaker system and a meeting hall with a 80 person capacity and conference hall with a 130 person capacity.

Pictures in the Japanese Version[edit]

Guys, can you try to shift the pictures to wikitravel Shared? The Japanese version needs the pictures from the English version. Cupcakecommander 01:57, 23 July 2007 (EDT)


The "cycling" chapter is contradictory. It says: forget it to cycle in Baku, and at the same time it says: yes, it is wonderful. Perhaps the bottom line is that one ought to be careful? I am a Dutch citizen used to cycle in heavy traffic (but admiddedly Dutch car drivers are cyclist-conscious as well). Isn't the bottom line that one should avoid really busy plaes, and use ones common sense elsewhere? Rbakels (talk) 12:02, 13 August 2016 (EDT)