Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic

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The Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic (Naxçıvan Muxtar Respublikası, ) is a landlocked exclave of the Republic of Azerbaijan, The region covers 5500 km2 with a population of 414,900, bordering Armenia (border 221 km) to the east and north, Iran (border 179 km) to the south and west, and Turkey (border 8 km) to the northwest.wikipedia
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Nehrəm

NegramNehramNehram village
The deposits of the rock salt are exhausted in Nehram, Nakhchivan, and Sustin.
Nehrəm (also, Nehram and Negram) is a village and the most populous municipality in the Babek Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Qıvraq

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Qıvraq (also, Givrakh, Kivrag, Kivrakh, Kyvrak, and Kyvrakh) is a village and municipality in, and is the administrative center of, the Kangarli Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Şərur

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The main crops - cotton and tobacco - are cultivated in the PriAraz plain, near Sharur and Nakhchivan City.
Şərur (En: Sharur, formerly Bashnorashen, Norashen (1930-1964), Iliich and Il'ichëvsk (1964–1991) after Vladimir Ilyich Lenin) is the capital town and most populous municipality of Sharur Rayon in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan.

Aras Dam

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The Araz reservoir located on that river supplies water for agricultural needs and the hydroelectric dam generates power for both Azerbaijan and Iran.
It is located downstream of Poldasht in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran and Nakhchivan City in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Şahbuz

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Şahbuz (also Chay-Shakhbuz, Shahbuz, and Shakhbuz) is a city and municipality in and capital of Shahbuz District, in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan.

Şahtaxtı

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In 2007 the Poldasht-Shah Takhti Bridge, which connects Poldasht, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran, and Shah Takhti in Nakhchivan, was completed, allowing residents of the republic to access Azerbaijan proper via Iran without having to cross Armenian territory.
Şahtaxtı (also, Shah Takhti and Shakhtakhty) is a village and municipality in the Kangarli Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Yerevan

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Under Soviet rule, it was once a major junction on the Moscow-Tehran railway line as well as the Baku-Yerevan railway.
The only railway that goes to Iran to the south passes by the closed border of Nakhichevan.

Badamlı

BadamliBadamli, Nakhchivan
There are a lot of mineral springs such as Badamli, Sirab, Nagajir, Kiziljir where water contains arsenic.
Badamlı (also, Badamly) is a village and municipality in the Shahbuz District of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Sirab

Sirab, Nakhchivan
There are a lot of mineral springs such as Badamli, Sirab, Nagajir, Kiziljir where water contains arsenic.
Sirab (also, Siab and Surab) is a village and municipality in the Babek Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Babak Khorramdin

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In the 8th century, Nakhchivan was one of the scenes of an uprising against the Arabs led by Persian revolutionary Babak Khorramdin of the Iranian Khorram-Dinān ("those of the joyous religion" in Persian).

List of Armenian churches in Azerbaijan

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The number of named Armenian churches known to have existed in the Nakhichevan region is over 280.
A complete list of known Armenian Apostolic churches in Nakhichevan built since the adoption of Christianity in Armenia would include more than 280 churches.

Kültəpə

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Kültəpə is an important early Chalcolithic site in Nakhchivan.
Kültəpə (also Aşağı Gültəpə, Gültəpə, Kyul'tepe, Kul'tepe, and Kultepe) is a settlement dated from the Neolithic Age, a village and municipality in the Babek Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Nakhchivan State Musical Dramatic Theatre

Nakhchivan Music and Drama Theater
In 1923, a musical subgroup was organized at the State Drama Theater (renamed the Nakhchivan Music and Drama Theater in 1965).
Nakhchivan State Musical Dramatic Theatre is a professional music and drama theater located in Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Nakhichevan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

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In July 1920, the Bolsheviks occupied the region and on July 28, declared the Nakhchivan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic with "close ties" to the Azerbaijan SSR, beginning seventy years of Soviet rule.
On 19 November 1990 it became the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic within the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Jafargulu Khan Nakhchivanski

In December 1918, with the support of Azerbaijan's Musavat Party, Jafargulu Khan Nakhchivanski declared the Republic of Aras in the Nakhchivan uyezd of the former Erivan Governorate assigned to Armenia by Wardrop.
Following the disintegration of the Russian Empire, Azerbaijan and Armenia, now both independent, quarrelled over the region of Nakhchivan.

Əbrəqunus

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Wines such as "Nakhchivan" "Shahbuz", "Abrakunis", at "Aznaburk" are of reasonable quality and very popular.
Əbrəqunus (also, Əbrəqunis, Əbrəkunis, and Abrakunis) is a village and municipality in the Julfa Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Kırna

The Armenian churches in Norashen, Kırna and Gah that were standing in the 1980s had also vanished.
Kırna (also, Kyrna, Kirnə, Kirna and Krna) is a village and municipality in the Julfa Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Abdurrahman Fatalibeyli

Abdurahman FatalibeyliAbdurahman Fatalibeyli-Dudanginsky
Fatalibeyli was born in the village of Dudanga (near present-day Sharur, Nakhchivan).

Maxta

Makhta Kultepe
Another such site is Makhta Kultepe.
Maxta (also, Makhta, Makhta Kultepe) is a village and municipality in the Sharur District of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan.

Zangezur Mountains

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The Zangezur Mountains make up its border with Armenia while the Aras River defines its border with Iran.
The Zangezur Mountains comprise a mountain range that defines the border between Armenia's southern province of Syunik and Azerbaijan's Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic.

Mount Kaputjugh

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Its highest peak is Mount Kapudzhukh 3904 m and its most distinctive is Ilandag (Snake Mountain) 2415 m, which is visible from Nakhchivan City.
It has an elevation of 3905 m and is on the international border between Armenia and Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, an exclave of Azerbaijan.

Gal, Azerbaijan

Gah
The Armenian churches in Norashen, Kırna and Gah that were standing in the 1980s had also vanished.
Gal (also, Qal, Gyal, Hal) is a village and the least populous municipality in the Julfa Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Oğlanqala

Oglanqala
In 2010-11, they have excavated the large Iron Age fortress of Oğlanqala.
Oğlanqala (also, Oghlangala) is a village and municipality in the Sharur Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

Huseyn Khan Nakhchivanski

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He was born on July 28, 1863 in Nakhchivan City (now the capital of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic in Azerbaijan).

Haji Aliyev

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Haji Aliyev (Hacı Azər oğlu Əliyev; born 21 April 1991, in Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan SSR) is an Azerbaijani freestyle wrestler.