The Udis are one of the most ancient native peoples of the Caucasus. Currently they live in Azerbaijan, Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and many other countries. The total number is about 10,000 people. They speak the Udi language. Some also speak Azeri, Russian, Georgian and Armenian languages depending on where they reside. Their religion is Christianity. The Udi people are one of the Caucasian Albania tribes, whose language is within that language family. Today the Udi live mostly in Azerbaijan, in the village of Nij of the region of Kabala, Oguz, and Baku. Small groups reside in Russia in the Rostov region; in the Krasnodar territory (Krasnodar, areas of Dinskoy,...'
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