Palace of Sheki khans - This palace was built in 1797 by architect Haji Zeynalabdin. The building was the residence of the Shaki khans. The area of the two-story building is 300 square meters. The palace is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Caravanserai - Since ancient times, Sheki was known as the city of craftsmen. A large number of merchants came here. In the 18-19 centuries In Sheki there were more than 5 caravan-sarais. At the moment there are only 2 left - Upper and Lower. Their area is 8 and 6 thousand square meters. Now the Upper caravanserai is used as a hotel complex.
Sheki Fortress - In the period from 1743 to 1755 during the reign of Haji Chelebi, this fortress was built to protect the north-eastern part of the city. The length of the wall is 1300 meters, the height is 8 meters in the south and 4 meters in the north. Along the walls there are 21 defensive towers. The wall thickness is about 2 meters.
The Gelersen-Gerersen Fortress (Come and See) - According to some sources, the foundation of the fortress was laid in the 15th century, 4 km from Sheki near the Kish River. During its existence, the fortress has become famous as impregnable. This name of the fortress was given after the attack of the Iranian Shah on Sheki. After the Iranian ruler wanted to know where the Sheki khan was hiding, he replied to him: “When you come, you will see” (Gelersen-Gerersen). At the moment from the fortress only picturesque ruins with many deep wells.
Juma Mosque (or Khan Mosque) - It was built in 1745-1750. In front of the mosque there is a cemetery. In this cemetery, Haji Chelebi Khan Sheki was buried in the 18th century and his entourage. The mosque, minaret and cemetery are protected by the state as historical monuments.