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Coordinates: 39°35′06″N 46°57′55″E / 39.58500°N 46.96528°E / 39.58500; 46.96528

Tuğ (Armenian: Տող Togh and Tog) is a village in the Khojavend Rayon of Azerbaijan and Hadrut Province of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.

Togh and the neighbouring fortress of Ktishberd, are first mentioned in the 9th century, as the capital of the Principality of Dizak. Here in 854, Esayi Abu-Muse, the Prince of Dizak, defeated an 200,000 strong Arabian army under the command of Bugha al-Kabir.

In 1737, Prince Melik Yehan built a palace here. The principality would go on to survive until the last prince, Esayi Melik-Avanian, was killed by Ibrahim Khalil Khan in 1781, after a long-lasting resistance in the fortress of Ktishberd. Togh was a part of the Karabakh Khanate until 1822 when it was annexed by Russia and became part of the Elisabethpol Governorate.

In 1903 a hospital was built and three years later a village school was opened which today functions as a middle school. A new school was built in 1978, which was renovated for the first time in 2008 by the Armenia Fund There is also a house of culture, a movie theater and a library.

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This category is for articles about the societal and social aspects of gambling. See also Gambling by country.

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Tugs (stylized as TUGS) is a British children’s television series first broadcast in 1988. It was created by the then producers of Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, Robert D. Cardona and David Mitton. The series deals with the adventures of two anthropomorphized tugboat fleets, the Star Fleet and the Z-Stacks, who compete against each other in the fictional Bigg City Port.

The series was set in the Roaring Twenties, and was produced by Tugs Ltd., for Television South (TVS) and Clearwater Features Ltd. The music was composed by Junior Campbell and Mike O’Donnell, who also wrote the music for Thomas & Friends.

Due to the bankruptcy of Television South, the series did not continue production past 13 episodes. Following the initial airing of the series throughout 1989, television rights were sold to an unknown party, while all models and sets from the series sold to Britt Allcroft. Modified set props and tugboat models were used in Thomas & Friends from 1991 onwards, with footage from the original program being heavily dubbed and edited for use in the American children’s series Salty’s Lighthouse.

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