Bakin Oblast is an administrative-territorial unit of the Azerbaijan SSR that existed in 1952-1953 .
|A country||the USSR|
|History and Geography|
|Date of formation||1952 - 1953|
|Date of Abolition|
|Official language||Azerbaijani , Russian|
The administrative center is the city of Baku .
The Baku region (along with the Ganja region ) was formed on April 3, 1952 during an experiment to introduce regional division within the Union republics of Transcaucasia . The Baku region was located in the eastern part of the republic and was divided into 32 districts: Ali-Bayramlinsky, Astara, Astrakhan-Bazarsky, Akhsuinsky, Dzhebrailsky, Divichinsky, Zhdanovsky, Zangelansky, Imishlinsky, Ismayillinsky, Kazi-Magomedsky, Karyaginsky, Konakhkendsky, Cuban, Cuban , Kurdamir, Lachinsky, Lankaran, Lerik, Marazinsky, Massalinsky, Pushkinsky, Saatlinsky, Sabirabad, Salyansky, Khachmas, Khizinsky, Khillinsky, Khudatsky, Shemakhinsky and Yardymlinsky.
After 1 year, the experiment was found to be unsuccessful and the region was abolished ( Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of April 23, 1953 ).
Area Guide 
Executive Committee of the Baku Regional Council
- 04. 1952 - 04. 1953 Chairman of Seyid, Hasan Ali oglu .
KP (b) Baku Regional Committee - KP Azerbaijan
- 4. 1952 - 4. 1953 1st Secretary Mir Teymur Yakubov
- 4. 1952 - 4. 1953 2nd Secretary Jamal-Eddin Magomayev