Nagorno-Karabakh Travel BlogTravel guides, itineraries, abandoned places, street art and off-the-beaten-path places in Nagorno-Karabakh
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Maybe you found our Nagorno-Karabakh travel blog because you are considering a visit to the Caucasus, or perhaps you are partway through planning a trip to the region. Whatever the reason, we hope we can provide some useful resources and travel tips for Nagorno-Karabakh.
Tricky to visit and tormented by conflict, Nagorno-Karabakh is a landlocked region in the South Caucasus. The disputed territory is mostly governed by the unrecognised Republic of Artsakh but internationally recognised as part of Azerbaijan.
Our Nagorno-Karabakh blog posts are generally aimed at independent travellers and backpackers like us and have a strong focus on travelling around using public transport, staying in budget accommodation and exploring off-the-beaten-path and lesser-visited places.
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A short history of the Soviet Union from 1917 to 1991. A guide for those travellers to the former USSR who want to learn about the history of the region.
Part 2 in a series featuring must-see forts and castles around the globe, with some of the most impressive fortifications we have visited on our travels.
Tracking down Socialist-era architecture in the Caucasus Visiting Stalinist-style buildings and monuments in Armenia, Georgia and Nagorno-Karabakh.
A light-hearted look at Ladas in the Caucasus, their history and how they played a part in my teenage years. I became fixated with Ladas in Armenia.
2015 Travel Review: Our Year in Photographs. When it comes to travel, 2015 was another fantastic year for us, once more packed full of superlatives.
Seven years of longterm travel. Today marks the date when, seven years ago, we left the UK and began our nomadic life. These are some of our highlights.
Visiting Agdam, a destroyed town in Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. Out of bounds to tourists, we managed to sneak around the ghost town.