Archaeological, household ethnographic and sculptural examples
"Kish" Historical-Architectural Reserve covers Kish village of Sheki city. The reserve has been officially operating since 2003 and has an area of 215 ha.
The main activities of the reserve are to implement state control in the territory of the reserve, to ensure the protection and integrity of historical and cultural monuments, as well as the development of the reserve, to preserve the natural landscape.
Currently, archaeological, household ethnographic and sculptural examples are displayed in the "Kish" Historical-Architectural Reserve. Some of the exhibits were discovered from the site of the temple, and the rest are examples of Albanian history and culture found in other regions of Azerbaijan. From the day the temple was founded to our time, it preserves the surface and underground evidence of 2,000 years of history and presents it to the world. The Kish project is a great example of studying and preserving historical and cultural heritage.