Shirvan (Azerbaijani: Şirvan, prior tae 1938 Zubovka, frae 1938 tae 2008, Ali Bayramli, Azerbaijani: Əli Bayramlı, an aw umwhile, Arab Shakhverdi, is a ceety in Azerbaijan, locatit on the Kura River. Its umwhile name, Ali Bayramli, wis tae honor Ali Bayramov the ceety wis renamit tae Shirvan bi the decision o the Parliament o Azerbaijan on 25 Aprile 2008.[3] The ceety forms ane o the admeenistrative diveesions o Azerbaijan.

Shirvan

Şirvan
Official seal of Shirvan
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Coordinates: 39°55′55″N 48°55′13″E / 39.93194°N 48.92028°E / 39.93194; 48.92028
Kintra Azerbaijan
CeetyShirvan
Area
 • Total30 km2 (10 sq mi)
Elevation12 m (42 ft)
Population
 (2008)[2]
 • Total75,453
Time zoneUTC+4 (AZT)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+5 (AZT)

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ClimateEedit

The simmer months are typically dry an vera hot due tae Shirvan's semi-desert climate, temperatur column coud be risen tae 44 °C aften resultin in moderate drocht conditions. In contrast, winter is mild, rarely temperatur is descendit up tae -6 °C.[4]

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ReferencesEedit

  1. "Ali Bayramli (Shirvan), Azerbaijan Page". Retrieved 3 Julie 2008.
  2. World Gazetteer: Azerbaijan – World-Gazetteer.com
  3. Изменились названия двух городов Азербайджана
  4. Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Azerbaijan: Shirvan
  5. Указ аб назначэнні А. Н. Куляшова міністрам унутраных спраў Беларусі // БелТА. 2009. 2 чэрвеня.
  6. Министром внутренних дел Беларуси назначен Анатолий Кулешов // Open.by. 2009. 2 июня.
  7. Министр по чрезвычайным ситуациям Республики Беларусь Бариев Энвер Ризаевич / БелТА
  8. "Шукюров Ширин Агабала оглы" (in Roushie). Heroes of the country.

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