Yardymli District

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Yardymli
Map of Azerbaijan showing Yardymli Rayon
Map of Azerbaijan showing Yardymli Rayon
CountryAzerbaijan
CapitalYardımlı
Area
 • Total670 km2 (260 sq mi)
Population
(2013)[2]
 • Total61.527
Telephone code0175

Yardymli (Azerbaijani: Yardımlı) is a rayon of Azerbaijan.

History[edit]

The district was called as the village Vargaduz, part of Lankaran Uyezd from 1920 to 1930. Since 1930, it has been renamed the Vargaduz district. It has been named Yardymli region since 1938 and the center of the district was Yardymli.[3]

Geography[edit]

The rayon borders upon Iran (length of the state border in the south and west is equal to 96 km) and Lerik Rayon (40 km), Masally Rayon (11 km), Jalilabad Rayon (20 km) of Azerbaijan. Yardymli is located within the mountainous region in the southern-eastern part of Azerbaijan, within 39 ° -38 ° north longitude, 48 ° -49 ° east longitude.[4] The length of the border with Lerik from south is 40 km, from east to Masalli is 11 km, from north-east to Jalilabad region is 20 km. The length of the state border with the northern and western is 96 km with Islamic Republic of Iran. The Vilesh River is the longest and full-flowing river of the rayon. Its length is equal to 11 km. Talysh Mountains (Shahnishin Mountain equal to 2,490 metres (8,170 ft) is its highest summit), mountains of Peshtasar Mountain ridge (its highest summit is 2,244 metres (7,362 ft)) and mountains of Burovar Mountain ridge occupy the territory of the rayon.[5]

The region covers 66.720 hectares of land. Forest in the district covers 20,536 hectares. Yardymli land zones consist of mountain-forest-brown soils, brown-mountain-forest lands, mountain-meadow lands. The mechanical composition of the soils is overwhelming gill, clay, medium gill. The Vilash Stream is the biggest waterway in the district. Allar, Peshtasar, Solgard, and Valishli waterways are the valleys of the Vilash Stream. The area consists of the Talysh Mountains (the highest peak of the locale, in height 2490 m), Pashtasa mountain range (the tallest peak within the locale is Pechtasar, in height 2244 m) and is encompassed by Mount Burwar.

Within the woods, valuable trees are beech, hornbeam, mammoth birch, rainbow, bushes, hips, oak, gulls. Within the timberlands there are wild animals such as foxes, wolves, pigs, squirrels, jackals and badgers, as well as wild cat and beech.

Climate[edit]

Climate is warm, ordinary, sodden, winter is delicate, spring is hot. The average yearly temperature is +11.9 degrees C, the rainfall is 586 mm, the wind is west-south, average speed is 1.6meters per second, the depth of groundwater is 4,5 meters, and the seismic rating is 7 points.[6]

Demography[edit]

Ethnic structure[edit]

Ethnic
group
15-22 Ocak, 1970 c.[7] 17–24 January 1979 c.[8] 12–19 January 1989 c. 27 January - 3 February 1999 c. [9] 13–22 April 2009 c.[10]
Number % Number % Number % Number % Number %
Total 27 705 100.00 34 026 100.00 39 932[11] 100.00 49 039 100.00 58 073 100.00
Azerbaijanian 27 247 98.35 33 397 98.15 49 001 99.92 58 067 99.99
Russians 323 1.17 390 1.15 24 0.05 3 0.01
Ukrainians 67 0.24 131 0.38 10 0.02 ... ...
Tatars 6 0.02 8 0.02 1 0.00 ... ...
Lezgins 6 0.02 24 0.07 ... ... ... ...
Armenians 23 0.08 17 0.05 ... ... ... ...
Avars ... ... 5 0.01 ... ... ... ...
Georgians 8 0.03 5 0.01 ... ... ... ...
Jews 6 0.02 ... ... ... ... ... ...
Mountain Jews 1 0.01 ... ... ... ... ... ...
Tats 1 ... ... ... ... ... ...
other 17 0.06 49 0.14 3 0.01 3 0.01

Economy[edit]

In 2015, 94 million 583 thousand manat gross product was produced in the region, which is 8.8% more than compared with the same period last year and 10.3 times more than in comparison with 2003. Per capita production increased by 3.64 times compared to 2003, by 7% compared with the previous year and amounted to 1471 manat.[12]

Institution[edit]

There are 80 secondary schools in the district, including 42 full-time secondary schools, 22 secondary schools, 16 primary schools, 3 pre-schools and 5 out-of-school institutions.[13]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yardımlı rayonu".
  2. ^ Azerbaycan Cümhuriyeti Devlet İstatistik Komitesi: Yardımlı rayonu — 08.06.2014 tarihinde erişildi.
  3. ^ "Territorial And Administrative Units: Yardymli District" (PDF). Administrative Department of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
  4. ^ "Baku, Yardymli District, Azerbaijan". www.mindat.org. Retrieved 2018-10-18.
  5. ^ "Yardimli". discoverazerbaijan.az.
  6. ^ "Climate Yardımlı". meteoblue. Retrieved 2018-10-18.
  7. ^ Ethno-Caucasus, Этнодемография Кавказа: Население Ярдымлинского района (по переписи 1970 года) + Распределение русских и украинцев по административно-территориальным единицам Азербайджанской ССР (по переписи 1970 года, без Нагорно-Карабахской АО) + Распределение евреев и горских евреев по административно-территориальным единицам Азербайджанской ССР (по переписи 1970 года, без Нагорно-Карабахской АО)
  8. ^ Ethno-Caucasus, Этнодемография Кавказа: Население Ярдымлинского района (по переписи 1979 года) + Распределение русских и украинцев по административно-территориальным единицам Азербайджанской ССР (по переписи 1979 года, без Нагорно-Карабахской АО)
  9. ^ Population statistics of Eastern Europe: Ethnic composition of Azerbaijan by 1999 census
  10. ^ Population statistics of Eastern Europe: Ethnic composition of Azerbaijan by 2009 census
  11. ^ Демоскоп Weekly (еженедельная демографическая газета. Электронная версия): Всесоюзная перепись населения 1989 г. Численность населения союзных республик СССР и их территориальных единиц по полу // Источник: Всесоюзная перепись населения 1989 года. ТОМ 1. Часть 1. Таблица 3. Численность наличного населения союзных и автономных республик, автономных областей и округов, краев, областей, районов, городских поселений и сел-райцентров.
  12. ^ "Economy of District".
  13. ^ "Education of Yardymli".

Coordinates: 38°55′14″N 48°14′14″E / 38.92056°N 48.23722°E / 38.92056; 48.23722