Yanardag, also known as the "Burning Mountain," is a natural gas fire located in Azerbaijan. The flames burst from the earth and blaze continuously, providing a unique sight for visitors. Yanardag is believed to have been burning for thousands of years, with ancient travelers using the flames as a natural navigation aid. Today, visitors can walk along a designated path to view the flames from a safe distance. The site is located just outside of Baku, Azerbaijan's capital city. Its geological and cultural significance has made it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

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