Topalhəsənli

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Topalhəsənli or Topalgasanli or Topalgasanly or Topalkhasanly may refer to:

Topalhəsənli, Goygol Municipality in Goygol, Azerbaijan

Topalhəsənli is a village and municipality in the Goygol Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has a population of 1,715.

Topalhəsənli, Kurdamir Municipality in Kurdamir, Azerbaijan

Topalhəsənli is a village and municipality in the Kurdamir Rayon of Azerbaijan.


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