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Khudat ( Français: Xudat, Russian: Худат, Spanish: Xudat, Deutsch: Xudat) is a city in Azerbaijan, situated in the Xaçmaz Rayonu region. According to the latest census, the city population is 13625 residents. Geographical coordinates of Khudat (WGS84): (lat.): 41° 37' 41" N ( 41.6281 ), (long.): 48° 40' 58" E ( 48.6828 ). Interested in useful and fascinating information about Khudat? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Khudat.

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  • Khudat

    Lat:41.628Lon:48.683
    Azerbaijan

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Khudat
Temp: 16 °C
Wind Chill:16 °C
Pressure:66 %
Speed:8 km/h
Direction:9 °
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Derbent, 58 km

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    Khudat (also, Xudat and Khudaf) is a town in the Caspian lowlands located in the northern section of Azerbaijan. It is a part of the Khachmaz Rayon. It has a population of 14,442.

    Khudat's time of historical significance took place in the 18th century, as the provincial capital of the Quba khanate under the rule of the Qajars. During this time, Hussein-khan, a native of the region, had spent time in Persia and adopted Shia Islam, creating favor in the eyes of the Shah, who granted him rule over both the Quba and Salyan khanates. Hussein-khan returned to the region and established his capital in Khudat. This period lasted until 1747, when Persian ruler Nadir Shah was assassinated. Hussein-Ali, great-great-grandson of Hussein-khan, decided to try to turn the Quba khanate into an independent country and moved his capital to Quba due to the better natural defenses it offered to Khudat. The city subsequently fell out of importance in Azerbaijan and has become a location for launching excursions into the popular beaches and resorts of the Nabran area.

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