The total area of Ganja city is 110 square kilometers. According to a survey conducted in 2020, the total population of Ganja city is 340,000. Ganja is the third largest city in Azerbaijan in terms of population The city of Ganja has a population of 3,100 people per square kilometer. The city of Ganja is divided into two administrative districts. The current mayor of the city is Niazi Bayamos There are also 6 administrative settlements in Ganja city. Their names are Haji Khand, Jawad Subramani, Matawan, Behest and Sadly. The city of Ganja is home to large numbers of refugees from Armenia and Naga Colorania.
The city of Ganja is predominantly Shia Muslim
Azerbaijan is the second largest Shiite country after Iran Other religious groups include members of the Armenian Church. Shah Abbas Mosque is one of the notable mosques of the city Guai Imam Mosque, Shah Sonar Mosque, Karakheli Mosque etc.
While the major churches in the city include Alexander, German Luther Church, St. John’s Church, and St. Surcharge Church. As of 2018, there are 170,000 women in the city, according to the state statistics agency. The city has a population of 86,000 and consists of young people between the ages of 14 and 29. The city’s majesty depends in part on agriculture and tourism There are also some factories that are contributing to the development of the city. These industries include porcelain, silk, and footwear. Other industries include food, grape and cotton processing industries. The city of Ganja has a unique name in Azerbaijan The city’s silk is the highest-scoring silk in terms of clothing
Ganja City’s Jawad Khan Steel is a traditional shopping center located in the old city. Built in 2017, Ganj Abad is the city’s largest shopping mall. Other shopping malls include Makhana Mall, Relief Mall and OGRA Mall. Ganja is a famous historical and tourist destination in Azerbaijan.
Its buildings not only attract tourists but also refresh the memories of the past.
Among the famous buildings here are Nizam Maqsood, Ancient Gates, Jamia Masjid Imam Zada, Jawad Khan Mausoleum, Chowk Hammam, Shah Abbas Cargile Inn. There are also Jawad Khan Street, Bottle House, Flag Square, Coal Gol National Park, Geo Gol, Lake Mariner Gol, Caucasus and Mount Dal.
In 2016, the city of Ganja was selected as the European Youth Capital. Ganja became the first city to receive the title of European Youth Capital in the former Commonwealth, Independent States and non-European cities. The Ganja State History Ethnography Museum is the city’s oldest museum.
In which more than 30 thousand samples have been kept. Other museums include the Haider Elif Museum, the Mir Jalal House Museum, the Memorial House Museum, the Ganja Castle Gates, and the Museum of Modern Art. The city of Ganja reflects architecture and empires.
The red bricks made here belong to the sight of mosques and houses.
Ganja is the city’s most popular sport. The city has an Olympic sports complex with two buildings.
The Ganja Stadium has a seating capacity of 27,000. The 2017 Ganja Marathon Race was held. In which about 11 thousand people took part.
Ganja International Airport is the only airport in the city
Which is connected by bus. The airport also operates flights to other countries. The city of Ganja is directly connected to Turkey and Georgia by rail
The first school in Azerbaijan was opened in 1914 in the Ganja city Ganja State University was founded in the same city There are also three-star and five-star hotels in Ganja to cater to the influx of tourists.