Shebeke

Shebeke

 

(1) Openwork designs or designs imitating them in the applied art of Azerbaijan.

(2) Window frames and gratings assembled from standard wooden components held together only by dowels and frequently ornamented with pieces of varicolored glass. Shebeke were in wide use in 18th-and 19th-century Azerbaijani architecture. Openwork lattices are also common in Arab countries, where they are called musharabiia, and in Middle Asia, where they are known as pandzhara.

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Azerbaijan's Azerpoct LLC has opened its citizen service center, called Shebeke, in the country's Zagatala district, the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies told Trend.
The first Shebeke regional center was opened in September in Jalilabad district.
In Baku, the Shebeke centers operate in the Main Post Office (Uzeyir Hajibayli Str.
In addition, another Shebeke center is expected to open by the end of December in the building of Aztelekom's Yasamal center, located at Sharifzade Str.
New Shebeke centers will also be opened in Baku's Sabunchu district and Sumgait city.