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English: Territories of Northern and Southern Khanates (and Sultanates) of Azerbaijan in XVIII - XIX centuries

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Русский: Ханства Северного и Южного Азербайджана, XVIII — начало XIX вв.
Date 30 September 2009
Source Own work
Author Abu Zarr


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