< /p>Composition - 2 settlements (Hajigahramanli, Bayramli) Area - 72.7 km2 Population - 79,000 people (01.01.2011) The distance between the city of Shirvan and the city of Baku - 113 km < br> Telephone code of Shirvan city – 197 Shirvan (Ali-Bayramli until 2008) — a city in Azerbaijan. Shirvan is located on the left bank of the Kura River, on the Shirvan plain, at the transport junction and is considered one of the major cities of our country. Hajigahramanli and Bayramli settlements are administrative units of Shirvan city. Shirvan was called Zubovka until 1938, in 1938-1954 it received the status of a settlement, and after 1954 it received the status of a city. Its area is 30 square meters. km, the population number is 73.7 thousand people, and the population density per 1 sq. 2457 people per km. Hajigahramanli and Bayramli settlements also belong to the city. 98.5% of the city's population are Azerbaijanis, and the rest are Russians, Ukrainians, Tatars, Turks and representatives of other nations. Shirvan work in AzerbaijanIq Island is considered the city of light. The width of the streets and the trees lining the sidewalks reduce the heat of this lowland city. Archaeological samples found around the city lead to the idea of the existence of living in these places to the early ages of mankind. In honor of Valeriyan Zubov, the Russian general who invaded Azerbaijan, the bare village on the Kura River was named Zubovka. In 1796, a special military unit headed by General Zubov entered Azerbaijan. Ekaterina was very interested in this march. General Zubov had 30,000 troops at his disposal. The procession started from the church in Petersburg; the priests blessed the commander-in-chief and the Russian-Cossack forces. General Zubov, who advanced successfully in Azerbaijan, named this village located in a favorable position Yekaterinaserd. As a first measure, two thousand Russian Cossacks were transferred here. They were equipped with military as well as agricultural implements. So, depending on the conditions, they would plant and harvest crops with a sickle and a scythe, or they would use a weapon when they wanted to. can be the name of a naked tribe or a word related to the vegetation of the area. In the territory of Goychay region, the names of the villages of Lek nudili and nudli are found in Mardin and Kars provinces of Turkey. The deceased scientist Mehmet Eröz writes about these names, "it is understood that the people of these villages are from the "naked" tribes", and in a sultan's decree dated 1126, the name of the nudist community was mentioned, which was deported to Cyprus. According to the Russians who entered Azerbaijan, this would be a convenient port for ships entering the Kura River from the Caspian Sea. Soon, Zubov (in Azerbaijan, he was called "the Red-faced General"; he lost his leg in the battle with Polish patriots, the other leg was a prosthesis) started to build a fortress in this village. . However, with the sudden death of Ekaterina, the invasion plan of Azerbaijan was left unfinished; the Russian army is recalled. In 1938, the name of Zubovka was replaced by the name of Ali Bayramli. In 2010, the city was renamed Shirvan after the historical province.