Nakhichevan


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Na·khi·che·van

 (nə-kē′chə-vän′, -KHē′-)

Nakhichevan

(Russian nəxitʃɪˈvanj)
n
(Placename) a city in W Azerbaijan, capital of the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic: an ancient trading town; ceded to Russia in 1828. Pop: 66 800 (1994). Ancient name: Naxuana
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The old link went through Julfa over a bridge into Nakhichevan, an enclave that is separated from the bulk of Azerbaijan by Armenia.
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