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Maku Khanate


It was founded in 1747. It had borders with Khoy, Nakhchiven khanates and Osmanly Empire. The khanate included 30 villages. Maku province was one of semi-independent sultanates under subordination of Chukhursaad beylerbeylik. It was ruled by governors of bayat tribe. Maku khanate was abolished by Gajars in 1922.

Ruling khans:
1747-1783 Ahmed Sultan

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