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Teghut is located 70 kilometres northeastward from Vanadzor. The village is at the right side of Shnogh river, which is the stream of Debed river, 18 kilometers from Alaverdi in a timbered area. Teghut was established by residents of Shnogh village at the beginning of 20th century. Some of villagers' ancestors are Lori region aboriginals, others came from Artsakh, Javakhk, Syunik, Sevan in XVII- XVIII centuries. The village is named Teghut in connection with an old village in the central part of present-day Teghut which was plundered by Lezgins. The residents of the old village were captured and murdered.Other villages located near the Shnogh river had the same fortune. (Dukanadzor, Dzorigegh, Giligegh, Manstev, Akhetk).
- Teghut, Lori at GEOnet Names Server
- Report of the results of the 2001 Armenian Census, National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia
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