SALYANY , a
See also:town of
See also:Transcaucasia, in the
See also:government of
See also:Baku, 8o m . S.S.W. from Baku, on the
See also:river Kura, and on an
See also:island of the same name . In 1897 its population was l o,168, chiefly Tatars . It is a fishing centre, where thousands of workers gather from all parts of Russia during the
See also:season . Salyany was annexed to Russia in the 18th century, but was retaken by the Persians, and only became Russian finally in 1813 .
SALYES (Gr. EaXvec: also SALLYES, SALYI, SALLUV77)
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