A march on the 103rd anniversary of Baku's liberation from the occupation by Armenian-Bolshevik forces has concluded.
The march on the second route started from Samad Vurgun Park and ended at Azadlig Square.
Hundred-fifty personnel of the Azerbaijan Higher Military School named after Heydar Aliyev, accompanied by a military orchestra, took part in the march.
On September 15, 1918, the Azerbaijani and Turkish soldiers freed Baku from the Bolshevik-Dashnak occupation and wrote a glorious page in the history of the Azerbaijani state. Ensuring its independence, Azerbaijan put an end to the domination of Armenians and Bolsheviks in Baku and surrounding regions.
A march on the 103rd anniversary of Baku's liberation from the occupation by Armenian-Bolshevik forces has started,
The second route of the three-part march began from Samad Vurgun Park in downtown Baku.
Hundred-fifty personnel of the Azerbaijan Higher Military School named after Heydar Aliyev accompanied by a military orchestra are taking part in the march.
The participants will continue marching towards 28 May Street - Bulbul Avenue, Neftchilar Avenue and Azadlig Square.
Traffic in the capital has been entirely restricted in several directions due to the event.
The first route covers the Alley of Martyrs - Turkish Martyrs' Monument, Mehdi Huseyn Street, Lermontov, Niyazi, Paired Fortress Gates, Aziz Aliyev, Neftchilar Avenue, Bahram Gur statue.