A few such structures are found in some areas of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The approximate date of construction of the remaining dakhmas of Azerbaijan is early Middle Age.
- Dakhma near Buduh village.
Consider one dakhma, which remained near the Buduh village in Quba district. This dakhma composed of roughly worked stones and has the main towers and buttress. The height of this dakhma is equal to 8.0 m. The flat top floor of the two cylinders has a frame in the form of a parapet, equal to a height of 1 m.
Another dakhma with fragments of human skeletons was found near Sokhyub village in Quba district too. This structure called by the locals as “Dev Gala” (دیو فلعه, “Devil Tower”), which corresponds to Zoroastrian ideas about dakhma as the assemblage of the devs (دیو), because death is seen as the triumph of evil, and the dead becomes sacral unclean, causing a desecration of all living.