Goygol Rayon

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Map of Azerbaijan showing Xanlar rayon

Goygol is a rayon (district) in northwestern Azerbaijan. It used to be named Khanlar. It was named "Goygol" after Lake Goygol on April 25, 2008.[1][2] The capital is the city of Goygol.

There are 54,000 people. The city of Goygol is the largest town, followed by Hajimelik. Important villages are: Balchili, Gushgara, Chayli, Mollajalilli, and Topalhasanli.

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Coordinates: 40°35′N 46°18′E / 40.583°N 46.3°E / 40.583; 46.3