Adyge mak'

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Адыгэ макъ
Type General broadsheet
Founded 1923
Language Adyghe
Headquarters ul. Pervomaiskaya, 197
Maykop, Adyghea
Circulation c. 4,000

Adyge mak' (Adyghe: Адыгэ макъ, lit. 'The Adyghe Voice' [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 in the capital of the Adyghe Republic, Maykop, five times a week.[1] It was founded in 1923 and was printed in each of the respective Adyghe alphabets used at the time: the Arabic alphabet until 1927, Latin until 1938 and Cyrillic since.[1] It was printed in the city of Krasnodar until 1936.


  1. ^ a b Great Soviet Encyclopedia. 1980. p. 334.