Kamo, Azerbaijan

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Coordinates: 40°29′N 46°21′E / 40.483°N 46.350°E / 40.483; 46.350

Kamo
Kamo is located in Azerbaijan
Kamo
Kamo
Coordinates: 40°29′N 46°21′E / 40.483°N 46.350°E / 40.483; 46.350
Country  Azerbaijan
Rayon Goygol
Time zone AZT (UTC+4)
 • Summer (DST) AZT (UTC+5)

Kamo (formerly, Hacışen) is a former village in the Goygol Rayon of Azerbaijan. The ethnic Armenians that populated the village and the neighbouring village of Azad left in the course of the Nagorno-Karabakh War. In 1989, both villages became home to ethnic Azeri refugees from Zod, Armenia. Azad became the new municipal seat known as Yeni Zod ("New Zod").[1] Kamo was incorporated into Yeni Zod and lost its status as a village in 1999.[2]

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