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For the toun, see Hadrut (toun). For the rayon o NKAO, see Hadrut Rayon (NKAO).
Hadrut
Հադրութ
Province
Location of Hadrut
Caipital Hadrut
Aurie
 • Total 1,877 km2 (725 sq mi)
Aurie rank Ranked 2nd
Population (2005)[1]
 • Tot 12,005
 • Rank Rankit 5t
 • Density 6.4/km2 (17/sq mi)
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Hadrut (Հադրութ in Armenie) is a province o the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. It forms the soothren border o Nagorno-Karabakh, an ane o the maist muntainous pairts. Veelages are primarily foond alang twa river straths an scattered in lower elevations on the vera soothren fringe. Excavations o the Azokh Cave show that humans hae inhabitit this aurie for tens o thoosans o years, an the region haes a rich history.

The region haes 29 commonties includin the toun o Hadrut an 37 veelages wi a population o 12,070. The maist important problems are drinkin an irrigation watter, an internal communication roads. Some veelages are lackin a telephone netwirk an some hae difficulties wi watchin Armenie TV channels. Mair than 340 fowk o Hadrut Region fell victims durin the Nagorno-Karabakh war. Nearly 30% o its aurie haes been ruined an burnt several times.[2]

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  • Toun o Hadrut
  • Monastery o Spitak Khatch (Սպիտակ Խաչ; White Cross), 14t century
  • The G'Tichavank monastery (Գտիչի վանք), 1241–1248
  • Anapat church (Անապատ եկեղեցի), 13t century, near the veelage o Togh (Տող)
  • Khodaafarin Brigs

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