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Qusar is located in Eurasian continent, in the north-eastern inclination of the main Caucasus Mountain ridge. It is located between 41°11’ - 41°45’ latitude North and 47°52’ - 48°41’ longitude East. Mountains, among which is also Shahdagh Mount, take the great part of the rayon. Territory of the rayon occupies the north-eastern part of Azerbaijan. Qusar is a unique gate of the republic. Even in the ancient times the territory of the rayon took a good position on a junction of the main trade roads. It is 179 kilometers from Qusar to Baku.
Qusar rayon is located far from sea routes. The most nearest seas to it are – the Caspian Sea (15 km) and the Black Sea (550 km). Area of the rayon consists of 1542 km2 and occupies 1,7% area of Azerbaijan. For size of its territory Qusar takes the 14th place among the other rayons of Azerbaijan. Length of the rayon from West to East is 84 km, but from North to South it is 35 km.
Extreme points of the rayon are:
- In North – Suduroba
- In South – Tufan dagh
- In East – Guzun qishlaq
- In West – Bazarduzu summit
Length of the rayons borders is 225 km. Extension of the borders in kilometers:
1.Dagestan Republic (with Akhtin, Dokuzpara and Mahammadkend rayons) 95 km.
2.Qabala Rayon 25 km.
3.Quba Rayon 70 km.
4.Khachmaz Rayon 65 km.
The rayon was originated in 1930, and called Gil Rayon with a center in Gil village. In 1934, the center of the rayon was moved to Qusar, and in 1938 it was renamed to Qusar Rayon.
- Qullar Village
- Urva Village
- Muslims 98%
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