- “Aşur Məscidi” (Ashur Mosque) (12th century) – named aﬅer the architect of the mosque. It is also known as “Ləzgi Məscidi” (Lezgin Mosque).
- “Cümə Məscidi” (Juma Mosque). Juma means Friday which is the holy day for all Moslems. The mosque belongs to 12th century and was was built on the site of an ancient temple of fire-worshippers.
- “Mədrəsə” (Madrasah) (12th century). Madrasah was a Moslem spiritual school where students studied the Qur'an as well as natural sciences and mathematics.
- “Məhəmməd Məscidi” (1078-79 years) is the oldest mosque of the Islamic period.
- “Miniature Books Museum”. The museum stores a collection of miniature books from different periods of time, languages, and authors. The collection consists of 6,500 books from 64 countries of the world.
- Aliagha Vahid monument. It was initially placed in the garden near the Philharmonic n 1990. At the end of 2008 the monument was carried to the square in Icheri Sheher near Shirvanshahs' Palace. The monument was made by sculptor R. Hasanov. Vahid is the literary pseudonym of Aliagha Isgandarov (1895-1965), a poet and Honoured Artist of the Azerbaijan SSR.
- “Shirvanshahs' Palace” Complex (12th-15th centuries) was the last palace of Shirvanshahs' State with the history of more than a thousand years.
- Carpets museum
- Heydar Aliyev center