(English) Slavyanka village
Slavyanka is a picturesque village at the entrance to Gadabay. Resembling Russian fairy tales with its colored wood and classical houses, Slavyanka is known for its yellow raspberries and raspberry jam. This sort of berry grows only in this village in Azerbaijan. Its previous name was Gizilja. The village is regarded as a resort. While the temperatures reach 40 degrees in the town in the heat of summer, the temperatures here do not rise above 18- 20 degrees. In July, mountain slopes are full of poppies. New hotels near mineral springs in Slavyanka and in the upper and lower parts of the village are open in summer
The villagers in Slavyanka live side by side with 1,000-year-old historical monuments. Huge tombstones in the anient Oghuz graveyard draw attention. Villagers say that foreigners who came here in previous centuries searched the graveyard for treasures and took away the treasures they dug out of barrows. The territory where no scientific research has been carried out is rich in ancient fortresses and temples belonging to Oghuz tribes.