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Gallery of the "Kiz Kulesi", the Baku Modern Art Museum and the "Inland City" State Tarix Architectural Reserve. Inland city Old City or Inland City, the historical core of Azerbaijan's capital city Baku. In the 24th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Cairns, Australia, in 2000, the Old City, which is considered a World Heritage site along with the Shirvan Shahsar Palace and the Maiden's Tower, is the first to be included in the list of Azerbaijan. World Heritage In The City In December 2000, it was the first place in Azerbaijan to enter the World Heritage Sites designated by UNESCO along with the Shirvanshah Palace and the Girl's Castle. In 2003 UNESCO added the Inward City to the list of endangered World Heritages. In 2009, he recovered his old status. Inland city 0.6 Inland city History 0.7
Subway Transportation Baku metro has two lines with a length of 34.6 kilometers with 23 stations. These stations have 23 entry loops. Seven of the stations are deep. The Baku metro is the longest, most stationed and crowded metro in the Caucasus. There are 39 types of 39 escalators with a total length of more than 4000 meters. The overall length of tunnel constructions is over 17.1 km. The feature of selecting the Baku metro from the others is that the city located in the hilly region of its lines is made according to the intersecting relief, where there are 60% and 40% bend slope and many small radius scrolls. Baku subway map 0.8 A new line (Line 3) and 8 new stations are also under construction in the north-west of the city. There are two new subway lines to be built in the longer term projects, and the metro network is planned to be connected to the Hyderabad International Airport. Bus and minibus In 1928, bus lines opened and began to serve in the city. There are bus lines everywhere in the city. According to 2010, Baku has 310 bus lines and minibuses use these lines, 1,130 municipal buses and 3,300 minibuses are