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Çufut Qale (Tatar pronunciation: [t???f?t qa?læ] Ukrainian: -, Chufut-Kale; Russian: -, Crimean Tatar: Çufut Qale, Turkish: Ç?f?t Kale, Karaim: , Juft Qale) sometimes spelled as Chufut Kale is a historic fortress in Crimea, near Bakhchisaray. Its name is Crimean Tatar and Turkish for "Jewish Fortress" (çufut/ç?f?t - Jew, qale/kale - fortress). Çufut Qale was historically a center for the Crimean Karaite community. In the Middle Ages the fortress was known as Q?rq Yer (Place of Forty) and as Karaites to which sect the greater part of its inhabitants belong, Sela' ha-Yehudim (The Rock of the Jews).




 

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