Yuxarı Keçid

The territory of Azerbaijan

Territory: 86.6 thousand km2 (12% of the forest, 1.7% water basin, 54.9% arable land, including 31.1% meadows and pastures, 31.4% other lands). The country is between 44 ° and 52 ° eastern longitudes, 38 ° and 42 ° north, Baku is at 40 ° parallel. The distance from Baku to the Arctic Circle is 5550 km, the distance to the equator is 4440 km.

Large lakes, km2 : Sarysu – 67.0 Akgol – 56.2 Agzybirchala – 37.0 Mehman – 35.0 Beyukshor – 9.2 Hajigabul – 8.4

The largest lake in the world is the Caspian Sea: The area is 400,000 km2, the depth is 1025 m.

The highest mountain point: Bazarduzi – 4466 m.

Neighbors The state borders: in the south with Iran 765 km and with Turkey 15 km, in the north with Russia 390 km, in the north-east the border with Georgia is 480 km, in the west with Armenia 1007 km. The length of the widest section of the Caspian Sea in the Azerbaijani sector is 456 km.

Large islands, km2 : Pirallahi – 14.4 Chilov – 11.5 Hara-Zire – 3.5 Beyuk-Zire – 1.4

Large rivers, km: Kura – 1515 Araks – 1072 Alazan (Ganyh) – 413 Iori (Gabirry) – 389 Samur – 216 Terter – 200