Miniature Books, Baku
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
See the charming collection of Miniature Books, a museum that displays thousands of tiny books from different parts of the world. Open since 2002, the museum was established by Zarifa Salahova, who had collected miniature publications for years. Admire a large variety of miniscule books divided into a range of themes, from Soviet and Azerbaijani classics to international masterpieces. All of them are readable, although you might need a magnifying glass for the especially small specimens. Highlights of the museum include a 13th-century edition, as well as astoundingly small works that measure just 2 mm (0.08 in) in length and width. Arrange to visit Miniature Books and other attractions in Baku using our Baku travel itinerary maker.
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Частный музей миниатюрной книги в Баку занесен в книгу рекордов Гиннеса. Здесь можно посмотреть издания на самых разных языках. есть интересные подборки книг по авторам или сериям. Много книг на русск... read more »Private Museum of miniature book in Baku is listed in the Guinness Book of records. Here you can view publications in a variety of languages. There is an interesting collection of books by author or series. A lot of books in Russian. There is a possibility to get acquainted with different designs and even handwritten books made by children. Entrance to the Museum is free!show original
Hayatımda bukadar küçük kitapla ilk defa karşılaştım.. Şirvanşahlarsarayını gezdikten sonra uğradığımız bir yer oldu...ziyarete gelecek olanlar muhakkat dezin...For the first time in my life I met so little book.. Şirvanşahlarsarayını was a place where we suffered after touring ... I speak future ones to visit dezin ...show original
This is worth popping into just to see how some minds work in trying to make the smallest books. It's worth a quick five minutes but really can't say that nothing really gripped my attention or was wo... read more »
Арзушка АрзуThere was a very interesting and cute. I like all tiny. So I liked the Museum.show original
Osman DjanubliFree advise to visitshow original
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