Bibiheybət (also, Bibi-Eybat, Bibiheibet, Bibi Eibat; formerly known as Xanlar, Euwbet, Helenendorf, Khanlar, and Shikhovo) is a municipality in Baku, Azerbaijan.[2] It has a population of 1,451.

Bibiheybət is located in Azerbaijan
Coordinates: 40°18′24″N 49°49′21″E / 40.30667°N 49.82250°E / 40.30667; 49.82250Coordinates: 40°18′24″N 49°49′21″E / 40.30667°N 49.82250°E / 40.30667; 49.82250
Country Azerbaijan
 • Total1,451
Time zoneUTC+4 (AZT)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+5 (AZT)

In 2007, in connection with the expansion of Bibiheybat Motorway and the reconstruction of similarly named mosque, dozens of families were relocated to new and modern homes. In addition, a stadium, a kindergarten and other constructions were rebuilt. Around the newly reconstructed stadium, a recreation park was laid out to provide local community with mass cultural recreation.

In 1846, the Russians drilled the first exploratory oil well in the world here, to a depth of 21 m. In the 1890s, a large oil field was discovered offshore, which led to land reclamation in 1924, in order to produce the field.[3][4][5]

See AlsoEdit


  1. ^ World Gazetteer: Azerbaijan Archived July 18, 2011, at the Wayback Machine –
  2. ^ Bibiheybət at GEOnet Names Server
  3. ^ Azerbaijan's Oil History
  4. ^ Smil, Vaclav (2017). Energy and Civilization: A History. Cambridge: The MIT Press. p. 246. ISBN 9780262035774.
  5. ^ Blau, Eve; Rupnik, Ivan (2019). Baku: Oil and Urbanism. Park Books. pp. 60–61. ISBN 9783038600763.