List of cities in Azerbaijan
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This is a list of cities in Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan is a country in the South Caucasus region, situated at the crossroads of Southwest Asia and Southeastern Europe. In total, Azerbaijan has 77 cities (including 12 Federal-level cities), 64 smaller rayon-class cities, and one special legal status city. These are followed by 257 urban-type settlements and 4,620 villages.
Cities in AzerbaijanEdit
- Baku – the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan
- Goygol, formerly Khanlar (Xanlar)
Most populous Azerbaijani citiesEdit
|1||Bakı||Baku||2,262,600||Baku is the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan, as well as the largest city on the Caspian Sea and of the Caucasus region. Baku is located 28 meters below sea level, which also makes it the lowest lying national capital in the world. In fact, Baku is also the largest city in the world located below sea level.|
|2||Gəncə||Ganja||332,600||Second largest city in Azerbaijan|
|3||Sumqayıt||Sumqayit||341,200||Third largest city and seaport in Azerbaijan|
|4||Lənkəran||Lankaran||226,900||Lankaran is a city in the south on the coast of the Caspian Sea.|
|5||Mingəçevir||Mingachevir||104,500||Mingachevir is a city in the north of the country|
|7||Şirvan||Shirvan||85,800||Located along the Kura river|
|8||Şəki||Shaki||65,100||Shaki is a city known for its rich history.|
|10||Xankəndi||Khankendi||55,800||Located in Nagorno-Karabakh Region it acts as the capital of that de facto republic and is called Stepanakert by the Armenians|
- While often politically aligned with Europe, Azerbaijan is generally considered to be at least mostly in Southwest Asia geographically with its northern part bisected by the standard Asia-Europe divide, the Greater Caucasus. The United Nations classification of world regions places Azerbaijan in Western Asia; the CIA World Factbook places it mostly in Southwest Asia  and Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary places it in both; NationalGeographic.com, and Encyclopædia Britannica also place Georgia in Asia. Conversely, some sources place Azerbaijan in Europe such as Worldatlas.com.
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- Demographic Indicators of Azerbaijan, State Statistics Committee (Azerbaijan)
- Population of Azerbaijan, State Statistics Committee (Azerbaijan)