Flame Towers are a trio of skyscrapers situated in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan. Construction of the towers started in 2007 and they were completed in 2012. They are built to a symbolize the long history of fire worshippers that considered Azerbaijan as a birthplace for the prophet Zoroaster. The buildings contain offices, residential apartments, a hotel and a shopping mall. At night the flame-shaped glass buildings are lit up in flame-like colours by the LED lights situated on the exterior of the skyscrapers. Flame Towers are a symbol of modern Azerbaijan and Baku.
You can get to the skyscrapers by taking the 3 or 18 buses to ‘Alley of Martyrs’ which is situated near the towers. The ‘Funicular’ train station is situated just by Flame Towers.
Opening Times and Admission
Different parts of the towers operate on different opening schedules and some areas of the towers are restricted. It is best to check the opening time of the part of the building you are visiting before you travel. You can see the exterior of the towers from most vantage points in the city.