Seki, Azerbaijan. Photo: flickr/indigoprime
Seki, Azerbaijan. Photo: flickr/indigoprime
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  • Ingo Petz, Kuckucksuhren in Baku: Reise in ein Land, das es wirklich gibt (Cuckoo Clocks in Baku: Journey to a Country that really exists), 2006
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  • Kurban Said, Ali and Nino: A Love Story, first published in 1937
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