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Old 07-26-2017, 09:30 PM
 
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Terrible looking building and skyline in general
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Azerbaijan is a very poor country. Why would they build such monster towers if a good chunk of the country hasn't got even paved roads?
Judging by all of the material out there on the World Wide Web, Azerbaijan is not a destitute Armenia. Classifying these specific details, Azerbaijan’s average annual salary is $17,000-$18,000. Similar parallels on China $15,400, Iran $18,100, Thailand $16,800. Only $8,400 with that eccentricity next door.

At the opposite side of the republic, there are rural infrastructure discrepancies. Baku is reveling in thriving saturations of figurative gold. How can you say that on Khazar Islands epic masterpiece? Prioritizing on developing every area of essential focus is simultaneously including Architecture. Now tourists are going to swarm in.

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This somewhat reminds me of Astana in Kazakhstan which is undergoing a tremendous transformation with all of the projects taking place.
Another city literally rising up from the dirt extremely fast. Is Almaty fully exhibiting these world class features? Outside of the mountains, I wonder what the true appeal of that Kazakh urban area is when removing the high elevation. Astana is having to rely on other visual attractions. No wonder there are superior variants of these actions going on at the latter rather than the former.

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Terrible looking building and skyline in general
Universal rational principles are saying endless declarations from the polar opposite of what you are falsely exclaiming. Such incredibly delusional illusions to actually attack one of this World’s best emerging projects in the next decade.
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