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ⓘ Aghstafa (river)




Aghstafa (river)
                                     

ⓘ Aghstafa (river)

Aghstev River is a river in Armenia and Azerbaijan, and is a right tributary of the Kura River.

Aghstev is 133 kilometres 83 mi long with a drainage basin of 2.589 square kilometres 1.000 sq mi. Along the river lie the cities of Dilijan, Ijevan, Gazakh and Aghstafa.

                                     
  • Contemporary brand names include Shahdagh, Chinar, Sadili, Aghdam, Kurdamir, Aghstafa and Madrasali. Others, such as Giz Galasi Maiden Tower Yeddi Gozal
  • Ottoman army. Furthermore, an unknown number of volunteers from Aghdash, Aghstafa Aghsu, Barda, Ganja, Goychay, Shaki, Yevlakh and Zagatala also joined
  • side of the river as well as 68 such pene - exclaves of Mexico on the northern side of the river The last such exchange of pre - 1989 river cuts occurred
  • the rivers Aghstafa and Debed. Starting in the sixteenth century, Qizilbash tribes started migrating and settling on both banks of the Kura River in Lower
  • surface waters. However, only 24 of the 8, 350 rivers are greater than 100 km 62 mi in length. All the rivers drain into the Caspian Sea in the east of the

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