On our way out, we met a man in rumpled clothes carrying a cabbage the size of a bowling ball and a bag of apples. Rehman had been in town for a few days, preparing to return to the mountains with his sheep. He spoke pragmatic English and was a warm welcome, taking my hand with both his big, warm feet. When we started with him, he said, “There are 3,500 people in this area,” meaning the surrounding mountains too. “Twenty-one people speak Khinalig. Not bad not bad.” We passed the school, where classes are still taught in Khinalig.Four hundred children came to Khinalig to board the train, a significant number. Eldar mentioned his longtime welding job. over there.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2022/01/14/azerbaijan-villages-tourism-initiative/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_lifestyle In Azerbaijan, a trek into the Caucasus Mountains