A threatened old building and a striking new one symbolize the split personality of development in Azerbaijan’s booming capital. by Khanim Javadova A century ago, amid its first oil boom, Baku was known as the Paris of the Caucasus, a nod to the elegant new buildings that sprang up along the city’s streets – homes, […]

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