Baku is a city of winds, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, located at the junction of Europe and Asia. The city – the port of Baku – the cultural, industrial, political capital of Azerbaijan, located on the western coast of the Caspian Sea. This is where the first national theater in the Muslim East raised the curtain, the first opera sounded, the first Azerbaijani newspaper was published and the first Azerbaijani library was opened. There are 30 museums, 7 theaters, 11 universities, a philharmonic hall, an opera house, a film studio, cinemas, libraries located in the most beautiful buildings of the city, and its external decoration is not inferior to the internal cultural content. A walk through the city resembles an open-air museum of facing the ancient ruins, and modern buildings in the background . Baku has a unique private museum called Villa Petrolea. This museum of the Nobel brothers is located in a historic building built in the 19th century by the Swedish oil owners who worked for many years in Azerbaijan. The first borehole in Baku was laid by Robert Emmanuilovich Nobel in April 1876 at plot number 52 of the Sabunchu dacha.