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For the cities in Iran, see Salmas and Deylaman.
Dilman is located in Azerbaijan
Coordinates: 40°43′51″N 48°30′28″E / 40.73083°N 48.50778°E / 40.73083; 48.50778Coordinates: 40°43′51″N 48°30′28″E / 40.73083°N 48.50778°E / 40.73083; 48.50778
Country  Azerbaijan
Rayon Agsu
Population [citation needed]
 • Total 905
Time zone AZT (UTC+4)
 • Summer (DST) AZT (UTC+5)

Dilman is a village and municipality in the Agsu Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has a population of 905. The municipality consists of the villages of Dilman, Xatman, and Hacıman.[1]

The village is situated close to Shamakhy (previous capital of Azerbaijan during the Shirvanshah government). The village of Dilman has faced many conflicts throughout history, including the Ottoman and Russian Wars. The ethnic group of the village has preserved its Turkish roots through a long run of challenges.

The climate of Dilman is mysterious[clarification needed] due its location around the Caucasian mountains and forests. Spring is the flower and strawberry season. Summer in Dilman is popular with tourists. Autumn is considered the romantic and hunting season. Winter is characterized by snow-based activities such as skiing and snow-cycling.

People of Dilman mostly work in Baku and in Shamakhy. In some areas surrounding Dilman, close to the river, there is a resort area as well as industrial plants for construction and wine producing.


  1. ^ "Belediyye Informasiya Sistemi" (in Azerbaijani). Archived from the original on September 24, 2008.