Atlas of the historical and modern geography of the Naxçıvan Muxtar Respublikası. Also available in an Azerbaijani language edition titled "Nakhjevan : kʻartezagirkʻ / tekʻstě, Samvel Karapetyaně ; lusankarnerě Ṛafayel Abgaryani, Zaven Sargsyani, Argam Ayvazyani, Arpʻiar Petrosyani, Artʻur Gevorgyani."
Soviet-era atlas of Azerbaijan by the Directorate of Geodesy and Cartography of the State Geological Committee of the USSR. Includes over two-hundred pages of maps pertaining to Azerbaijan's government, landscape, geology, climate, hydrology, soils, industries, agriculture, transportation, culture, and history. Maps include legends, keys to symbols, graphs, and charts. In Russian.
Russian-language edition of late 1970s Soviet atlas of Azerbaijan. Includes maps on politics and administration, geology, geomorphology, soils, agriculture, culture, and history. Maps accompanied by legends, diagrams, graphs, and illustrations.
Atlas of the disputed territory of Nagarno-Karabakh, officially recognized as part of Azerbaijan but governed by an Armenian ethnic majority as the Republic of Artsakh. Includes ninety-five pages of maps, illustrations, and text on the territory's geography, culture, politics, and history. Maps have legends. In English.
First national atlas of the modern independent Republic of Azerbaijan comprising nineteen sections and including approximately 800 maps, as well as text and illustrations. Covers all aspects of the country, including its landscape, history, relationship to Caspian sea, geology, climate, economy, population, culture, and foreign relations. Maps have legends. In Azeri, English, and Russian.