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Lerik is a town and rayon located near the Iranian border in southern Azerbaijan, between the tall mountains of the Talysh Mountains and the agricultural plain of the Lankaran Lowland. Contents 1 People 2 Travel 3 Photos 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // People Population: 71.200 Lerik is mainly famous for the longevity of some of its citizens. It is known for myths of human longevity; a man named Shirali Baba Muslimov, born in the village of Barzavu, who was reported by the Guinness Book of Records to have been aged 168 when he died, and was believed to have lived between 1805 and 1973.[1] The population of the Lerik rayon is evenly divided between Azeris and Talysh - both populations are spread across both sides of the border. Travel Located in Lerik is a local history museum and the Karabakh war memorial, located between of the parade ground and the modest city hall. Lerik is also a good starting point for hiking. Lerik can be reached from Lankaran using the A323 road. It is a very scenic route along the Lankaran river and the Hirkan National Park. Buses run regularly to Lankaran and Baku. The maximum annual precipitation in Lerik and the Talysh Mountains is between 1,600 mm to 1,800 mm, which along the Lankaran Lowland is the highest precipitation in the country. Photos Lerik, Azerbaijan Lerik, Azerbaijan Lerik, Azerbaijan See also The Caspian Hyrcanian mixed forests ecoregion is an area of lush lowland and montane forests (subtropical and temperate rainforests) that covers the Lerik rayon. In southeast Azerbaijan, this ecoregion includes the Lankaran Lowland and the Talysh Mountains. References ^ Lerik - Azerbaijan - Azerb.com External links www.Azerb.Com Living Past 100 - "No Big Deal" in this Village : Report on the centenarians of Lerik. v • d • e Administrative divisions of Azerbaijan Districts Absheron · Agdam · Agdash · Aghjabadi · Agstafa · Agsu · Astara · Babek · Balakan · Barda · Beylagan · Bilasuvar · Dashkasan · Fizuli · Gadabay · Goranboy · Goychay · Goygol · Hajigabul · Imishli · Ismailli · Jabrayil · Jalilabad · Julfa · Kalbajar · Kangarli · Khachmaz · Khizi · Khojali · Khojavend · Kurdamir · Lachin · Lankaran · Lerik · Masally · Neftchala · Oghuz · Ordubad · Qabala · Qakh · Qazakh · Gobustan · Quba · Qubadli · Qusar · Saatly · Sabirabad · Sadarak · Salyan · Samukh · Shabran · Shakhbuz · Shaki · Shamakhi · Shamkir · Sharur · Shusha · Siazan · Tartar · Tovuz · Ujar · Yardymli · Yevlakh · Zangilan · Zaqatala · Zardab Cities Baku · Ganja · Khankendi · Lankaran · Mingachevir · Naftalan · Nakhchivan City · Shaki · Shirvan · Sumqayit · Shusha · Yevlakh Names in italics indicate parts of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic v • d • e Lerik Rayon Capital: Lerik Ağqışlaq, Akuşapeştə, Almu, Ambu, Andurma, Anzolu, Aran, Arta, Aşağı Amburdərə, Aşağı Bilnə, Aşağı Bradi, Axunahiran, Babagil, Babaküçə, Barzavu, Bibiyoni, Bilabənd, Bilavər, Bobla, Boykəndil, Bradi, Bülüdül, Burkandul, Bürsülüm, Buruq, Büzeyir, Camanşəir, Çayrud, Cəngəmiran, Cəngənəvud, Çeşman, Çokərə, Coni, Dangyaband, Davaradibi, Davıdonu, Dəstər, Dico, Digah, Digov, Digovdərə, Divağac, Dızdipok, Durğan, Əliabad, Əliabad, Əncəqov, Ərdəbilə, Əvilə, Gəndov, Gövdərə, Günəşli, Hamarat, Hamarmeşə, Haran, Hilədərə, Hıramo, Hivəri, Hovari, Hovil, Hübi, Hücü, Hüseynabad, Jindi, Kekonu, Kələxan, Kəlvəz, Ker, Keskon, Khush, Kıncıvo, Kirabin, Kirəvud, Köhnə Orand, Kornədi, Küman, Kürdəsər, Küsəkəran, Laman, Ləkər, Lələdulan, Lələkəran, Lərmərud, Livədirgə, Loda, Lüləkəran, Mastail, Məhləabad, Mistan, Molalan, Monidigah, Murya, Musavar, Naftonu, Namekyash, Nısa, Nisli, Nısovyədi, Nizhniy Gyaduk, Noda, Nücü, Nüravud, Nüsomurya, Nüvədi, Orand, Ordahal, Osnağaküçə, Osyedərə, Pendi, Peştətük, Piran, Pirəsora, Pirəsora, Pirzəkücə, Piyəküçə, Qadimkücə, Qələbin, Qələbın, Qəvoy, Qılqılov, Qırxıncı, Qışlaq, Qışlaq, Qışlaq, Qosələr, Qosmalyan, Qucu, Rəzəvül, Rəzgov, Rvarud, Shivlya, Şifəkəran, Şinəbənd, Şingədulan, Sipyəreğon, Şivlə, Siyov, Şonacola, Sors, Soru, Soruşçay, Tatoni, Təbrizli, Təndul, Təngəbin, Tikəbənd, Tülü, Tusova, Vamazğon, Vələçola, Vənədi, Veri, Verkhniy Gyaduk, Vıjaker, Vistən, Vizəzəmin, Vov, Xanəgah, Xəlfəhonu, Xəlfəkücə, Xəlfəlikənd, Xocadoy, Xozavi, Yuxarı Amburdərə, Yuxarı Bilnə, Yuxarı Bradi, Yuxarı Velik, Zardoni, Zenonu, Zərdəbərə, Zərigümaco, Zeynəko, Zövnə, Züvüc Coordinates: 38°47′00″N 48°25′00″E / 38.7833333°N 48.4166667°E / 38.7833333; 48.4166667