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Country  Russia
Administrative district  Tsumadinsky District
Time zone  MSK (UTC+03:00)
Federal subject  Republic of Dagestan
Population (2010 Census)  738 inhabitants
Postal code(s)  368900
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Kedy (Russian: Кеди, Avar: Къеди) is a rural locality (a selo) in Tsumadinsky District of the Republic of Dagestan, Russia, located in the mountain near of chechens border.

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Map of Kedy, Dagestan Republic, Russia, 368909

Kedy is also considered as a capital of Unqraq, the historic territory in Tsumadinskiy district which include 9 villages.

Geographic location

Kedy is situated on a valley among mountains. River flows at the center of the village.

Population

Avars (all of Muslim faith) live in the village and speak the Avar language.

Migration

After involuntary resettlement to Vedeno (The Chechen Republic) in 1950th, part of population returned to the village and others leaved to different Dagestani villages. Now immigrants from Kedy live in Makhachkala and generally in such villages as Shava (Babayurtovskiy dictrict), Haji-Dada (Kumtorkalinskiy district), Kobi (Chechnya, Shelcovskoy district) and Aksay (Khasavyurtovskiy dictrict).

Famous people

  • Makhach Murtazaliev — is an Avar born-Russian Olympic wrestler who won the bronze medal for Russia at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
  • Uzair Labazanov — Russian Sambo fighter, Combat Sambo Grandmaster, European Champion.
  • Abbas Gazimagomedov — postgraduate student of the Islamic University of Medina in Saudi Arabia, preacher of Islam.
  • References

    Kedy Wikipedia


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