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Aghdam district

Geographical situation

 The relief is basically composed of plains, rarely low plateau. The Karabakh plateau occupying the main part of the region gets narrow from the south-west to the north-east. There are deposits of lime-stone, crude cement and sand on the territory of the region.

The Khachin and the Gargar rivers flow through the region.

 Economic characteristics

 

 The basis of the economy of the district are light and food industries, agriculture – cotton growing, grain growing, vine growing, cattle breeding, silkworm breeding. There were meatpacking factory, cheese-butter , cannery , machine-tool constraction and several wine making factories, silk and carpet factories, stone quarry, mechanical bakery , poultry farm and other enterprises.

Socio-economical conclusions of the occupation of Azerbaijan regions by armenian military forces

23 August 1993
(partially occupied)

territory – 1154 sq.km
number of families – 36054
number of population – 158000 persons
female – 82160 persons
children – 63200 persons
number of murders – 538 persons
number of handicaps – 587 persons
number of orphans – 987 persons

DESTRUCTION AND LOSSES:

villages and settlements – 122
dwelling houses – 24446
industrial and construction establishements – 48
service establishements – 1317
schools – 160
health care centers – 65
cultural establishments – 373
theatre – 1
museums – 2
mosques – 3

Fonnerly, the Museum of bread was the symbol of Agdam. This hospitable land is called the gates of Karabakh.
The Karabakh and the Mil steppes take turns of mountains on the territory of the Agdam district. Wheat, cotton, grape are grown, silkwonn is bred in this dry subtropics. Poets, writers and singers sang the praise of the beauty of Agdam.
The word “ag” means light, white. But now the days of the people of Agdam are rainy and black. The Armenian aggression and the occupation of the region turned the hospitable people into refugees. But wherever you meet them, in tent camps or some temporary refuge, the people will tell you that they still believe in return of their homeland. They live because of this hope.

Filed in: Occupied Districts

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