Ganja is the second-largest city in Azerbaijan, located in the western part of the country. Ganja has a rich history that dates back to ancient times. It has been a center of trade, culture, and education throughout various historical periods. Ganja has several notable landmarks and historical sites, including the Nizami Mausoleum (the tomb of the famous Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi), Javad Khan Street, Javad Khan Statue, and the Bottle House. Ganja is home to Ganja State University, and it has a vibrant cultural scene with theaters, museums, and festivals. The city is known for its contributions to literature, poetry, and the arts.