Gaikodzor

Gaikodzor (in Russian Гайкодзор or officially Гай-Кодзор, in Armenian Հայկաձոր pronounced Haikadzor) is an Armenian village in the Krasnodar Krai region, Russia, part of the municipal formation of the Russian resort city of Anapa.

The village was originally named Galkina Shel (in Russian Галкина Щель) in 1908.

On 8 October 1925, the village was renamed Gaykodzor[1] (Armenian pronunciation Haikadzor - meaning the Valley of the Armenians).

The village has the Armenian Apostolic Surb Sargis Church (in Russian Церковь Святого Сергия, in Armenian Սուրբ Սարգիս եկեղեցի) and the Armenian Arin-Bert cultural union.

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Coordinates: 44°51′N 37°25′E / 44.850°N 37.417°E / 44.850; 37.417