IntroductionThough a 16th-century fortress dominates this town, most people go to Quba to see the hundreds of apple orchards. In the spring, the area is fragrant with the scent of apple blossoms. (At other times, Quba can be fragrant with other scents—the war brought cutbacks on most municipal services, including garbage collection.) The town is also a center of carpet making—tour a plant or do some shopping (Azerbaijanis will tell you that Quba's rugs are the best in the region). Along with Sumgait, Quba is generally seen as part of a long day trip from Baku. 100 mi/165 km northwest of Baku.
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