Gäncä(redirected from Yelizavetpol')
Gän·cä(gän-jä′) or Gyan·dzhe (gyän-) Formerly Ki·ro·va·bad (kĭ-rō′və-băd′, kyĭ′rə-və-bät′)
A city of western Azerbaijan southeast of Tbilisi, Georgia. An important textile and wine center in medieval times, it was annexed by Russia in 1804.
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(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Azerbaijani name for Gandzha
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