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It is a village and station in Khachmaz. It used to be a road used by nomadic tribes on the Dagestani border. In order to repel their attacks, a Caspian littoral defensive fortification was built, stretc­hing to present-day Khachmaz. One of these castles was Khudat . In the early 18th century, Khudat was the capital of the Guba Khanate. After Fatali Khan’s residency was moved to Guba in 1735, Khudat lost its importance. The word Khudat means “God’s gift”. Since it is a very old settlement, people called “Old Khudat ”. Although it is a provincial town, Khudat is well-developed and is known as a “modern village”. There are great drinking water reserves here. In 1904, discussions began on the building of a water pipeline from the local village of Shollar to Baku…