Ganja is the second largest city in Azerbaijan, located on the plain, at an altitude of 442 m above sea level, buried in the greenery of gardens and vineyards.

Ganja is the homeland of the great Azerbaijani poet Nizami Ganjavi, whose tomb, the kaaba - a place of pilgrimage and the worship of poets, is located on the south-western outskirts of the city.

It is one of the oldest cultural centers of Azerbaijan. Here, M. Yu. Lermontov, from the words of the ashuga Mirza, recorded the famous Persian songs, later transferred to music by the composer A. Rubinshtein.

Now Ganja is a modern, beautiful city, it has a regular layout, with modern architecture of buildings, including elements of Azerbaijani architecture framed by white stone, colored tufa, glass.