Adyge mak'

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Адыгэ макъ
Type general broadsheet
Founded 1923
Language Adyghe
Headquarters ul. Pervomaiskaya, 197
Maikop, Adyghea
Circulation c. 4000

Adyge mak' (Adyghe: Адыгэ макъ [aːdəɣa maːq], lit. The Adyghe Voice is the main Adyghe language newspaper. It is the successor of the Soviet era Социалистическэ Адыгей (Socialist Adyghea). It is published five times a week. It was printed in the Arab alphabet until 1927, Latin until 1938, and Cyrillic since. In was printed in Krasnodar until 1936.