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Giaginskaya is the administrative center of the Giaginsky Region of the Republic of Adygea.

It has the railway station Giaginskaya on the line Armavir Tuapse.

The town has the population of 13 954 people (as of 2013).

It stands on the banks of River Giaga (inflow of Laba) 33 km to the north of Maikop.

The village was founded in 1862. Till 1924 it was part of the Maikop District of the Kuban Region and the Kuban-Chernomorsk Region.

From 1924 to 1934 it was part of Dondukov and Maikop Districts of the North Caucasian Territory. Then it became the centre of the Giaginsky District, which was transferred to the Adygei Autonomous Region on April 10, 1936.

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