of Russia It is the administrative and economic centre of
the Mozdok region of the North Ossetian Republic.
HISTORY The name of Mozdok came from the Kabardinian
"MEZ Daegu" - "deaf (dark) wood." To date, the
floodplain forests Terek reduced. In 1759, the owner of Little Kabarda Kurgoka Konchokin moved from the cross nationals in the tract Mezdogu. Among immigrants were mostly Ossetians and baptized Kabardians, numbering over 100 people.
People of different nationalities live in Mozdok:
The Ossetians The Kumyks The Armenians The Chechens The