Divisions in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is divided into 66 administrative divisions, which include 59 districts and 11 cities. Here is a list of the 66 administrative divisions in Azerbaijan:


  1. Baku
  2. Ganja
  3. Sumgait
  4. Mingachevir
  5. Shirvan
  6. Shaki
  7. Yevlakh
  8. Lankaran
  9. Nakhchivan
  10. Shusha
  11. Khankendi

Districts in Azerbaijan

  1. Absheron
  2. Aghjabadi
  3. Agdam
  4. Agdash
  5. Aghstafa
  6. Aghsu
  7. Astara
  8. Babek
  9. Barda
  10. Beylagan
  11. Bilasuvar
  12. Dashkasan
  13. Fizuli
  14. Gadabay
  15. Goranboy
  16. Goychay
  17. Goygol
  18. Hajigabul
  19. Imishli
  20. Ismayilli
  21. Jabrayil
  22. Jalilabad
  23. Julfa
  24. Kalbajar
  25. Kangarli
  26. Khachmaz
  27. Khanlar
  28. Lachin
  29. Lerik
  30. Masally
  31. Neftchala
  32. Oghuz
  33. Ordubad
  34. Qabala
  35. Qakh
  36. Qazakh
  37. Quba
  38. Qubadli
  39. Qusar
  40. Saatli
  41. Sabirabad
  42. Salyan
  43. Samukh
  44. Siyazan
  45. Tovuz
  46. Ujar
  47. Yardimli
  48. Yevlakh
  49. Zangilan
  50. Zaqatala
  51. Zardab
  52. Gubadli
  53. Jabrayil
  54. Zangilan
  55. Shusha

Quick Facts

Category Quick Facts
Location Located in the South Caucasus region, bordered by the Caspian Sea to the east, Russia to the north, Georgia to the northwest, Armenia to the west, and Iran to the south.
Capital Baku
Official Language Azerbaijani
Population Approximately 10 million as of 2021 estimate
Area Approximately 86,600 square kilometers (33,400 square miles)
Geography Diverse landscapes including the Caspian Sea coast, the Greater Caucasus Mountains, and the Gobustan Desert.
Government Presidential Republic
Currency Azerbaijani Manat (AZN)
Notable Places Ateshgah of Baku, Gobustan National Park, Heydar Aliyev Center, Sheki Khan’s Palace
Official Website [Official Government Portal of Azerbaijan](https://www.azerbaijan.az/)


Azerbaijan map and flag
Azerbaijan map and flag

What is Ateshgah of Baku?

Ateshgah of Baku, also known as the Fire Temple of Baku, is a historic religious site. It was once a place of worship for Zoroastrians who venerated the natural gas and flames that erupted from the ground.

What is the significance of Gobustan National Park?

Gobustan National Park is known for its ancient petroglyphs (rock carvings) that date back thousands of years. It provides valuable insights into prehistoric life in the region.

Is it safe to visit the Caspian Sea coast in Azerbaijan?

Yes, many areas along the Caspian Sea coast are popular for tourism and offer beautiful beaches and resorts.

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