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Basic information about Aqtoebe
Aktobe (Kazakh: Ақтөбе облысы, Qazaq Latin Script: Aqtöbe oblısı) is a region of Kazakhstan. The Aktobe regional capital is the city of Aktobe, with a population of more than 340,000. The region itself has a population 678,900. The area of the region is 300,600 square kilometers, making it the second largest region of Kazakhstan, after Karaganda Region. Aktobe Region borders Russia to the north and Uzbekistan to the south, and also borders six other Kazakh regions: the Atyrau Region to the west, the Mangystau Region to the south-west, the Karaganda Region to the east, the Kostanay Region to the north-east, the Kyzylorda Region to the south-east, and the West Kazakhstan Region to the north-west. The Ilek River, a tributary of the Ural River, flows through the region. The name \Aktobe\ comes from Kazakh \Ақ\ (white) and \төбе\ (hill); supposedly, Aktobe's initial settlers were able to see white mountains far to the north.
Cities, towns & villages in Aqtoebe
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KhromtauKhromtau (Kazakh: Хромтау / Xromtaw) is a town in Aktobe Region of Kazakhstan, the administrative center of Khromtau District. It was formed in 1967. Population: 21,740 (2009 Census results);24,089 (1999 Census results). Khromtau has important Chromium deposits, which are currently exploited in underground mines by Kazchrome, a subsidiary of Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC). Previously, Chromite ore was mined in open cast mines, which left enormous pits behind. The newly built mosque and the also new Russian orthodox church are juxtaposed on the main square of town. Show Khromtauon the map
AlghaAlga is a town in the Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. It is situated on the western bank of the Ilek (Jelek) River, and on the railway line from Aktobe to Aralsk. Population: 19,705 (2009 Census results);15,372 (1999 Census results). It used to have a chemical phosphate plant which is now a ruin, but caused a lasting environmental damage as large quantities of chemical waste was collected in ponds without insulation to the aquifer. Show Alghaon the map
ShalqarShalkar (Kazakh: ) is a town and the administrative center of Shalkar District in Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. The town is located north of the Ülken Borsyk Desert, close to Lake Shalkar. Population: 26,574 (2009 Census results); 26,329 (1999 Census results). Show Shalqaron the map
EmbiFor the Bond Index, see JPMorgan EMBI Embi (Kazakh: Ембі) is a town in Mugalzhar District in Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. The town is located on the left bank of the Emba River. Population: 11,212 (2009 Census results); 12,345 (1999 Census results). Show Embion the map
TaldysayTaldysay is a small town in Kobda District in Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. It lies along the R-76 road, west of Komsomol'skoe. A preserved mausoleum, made of burnt bricks with a conical dome, is located 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) south of the town. Show Taldysayon the map
YrghyzYrgyz (Kazakh: Ырғыз) is a selo in Aktobe Region, Kazakhstan. It is located by the Irgiz River. Yrgyz serves as the administrative center of Yrgyz District. Population: 5,410 (2009 Census results);5,329 (1999 Census results). Show Yrghyzon the map
KandyagashKandyagash (Kazakh: Қандыағаш) is a town and the administrative center of Mugalzhar District in Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. Population: 29,169 (2009 Census results); 25,553 (1999 Census results). Show Kandyagashon the map
TemirTemir is a town in Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. It serves as the administrative center of Temir District. Population: 2,678 (2009 Census results); 2,310 (1999 Census results). Show Temiron the map
Komsomol’skoyeKomsomol'skoe or Komsomolskoye is a town in Kobda District in the Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan.It lies along the R-76 road which connects it to Taldysay in the west. Show Komsomol’skoyeon the map
AqtöbeAktobe (Kazakh: Ақтөбе, Aqtöbe) is a city on the Ilek River in Kazakhstan. It is the administrative center of Aktobe Region. In 2013, it had a population of 371,546 people. Show Aqtöbeon the map
MartukMartuk (Kazakh: Мәртөк ) is a selo and the administrative center of Martuk district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. It is located at a height of 181 m above sea level. Show Martukon the map
Staraya MasraStaraya Masra (Старая Масра in Russian) is a village in the Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan, located at 50° 07' N56° 5' E . Show Staraya Masraon the map
KarakhobdaKarakhobda or Qaraqobda is a village in the Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. Show Karakhobdaon the map
KumkudukKumkuduk or Qumqudyq is a village in the Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. Show Kumkudukon the map
KotrtasKotrtas or Qotyrtas is a village in the Aktobe Region of western Kazakhstan. Show Kotrtason the map
KurayliKurayli is a rural locality located in Aktobe Region, Kazakhstan. Show Kuraylion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Aqtoebe
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Aktyubinskaya Oblast’Aktobe (Kazakh: Ақтөбе облысы, Aqtöbe oblısı, اقتٶبە وبلىسى) is a region of Kazakhstan. The Aktobe regional capital is the city of Aktobe, with a population of more than 340,000. The region itself has a population 678,900. The area of the region is 300,600 square kilometers, making it the second largest region of Kazakhstan, after Karaganda Region. Aktobe Region borders Russia to the north and Uzbekistan to the south, and also borders six other Kazakh regions: the Atyrau Region to the west, the Mangystau Region to the south-west, the Karaganda Region to the east, the Kostanay Region to the north-east, the Kyzylorda Region to the south-east, and the West Kazakhstan Region to the north-west. The Ilek River, a tributary of the Ural River, flows through the region. The name \"Aktobe\" comes fromShow on map
Mughalzhar AūdanyMugalzhar (Kazakh: Мұғалжар ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Kandyagash. Two more towns, Embi and Zhem, belong to the district. Population: 64,553 (2013 estimate); 62,115 (2009 Census results); 63,812 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Bayghanīn AūdanyBayganin (Kazakh: Байғанин ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Karauilkeldy. Population: 22,807 (2013 estimate); 22,073 (2009 Census results); 24,652 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Äyteke Bī AūdanyAyteke Bi (Kazakh: Әйтеке би ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Komsomol. Population: 25,716 (2013 estimate); 25,723 (2009 Census results); 34,628 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Yrghyz AūdanyYrgyz District (Kazakh: Ырғыз ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Yrgyz. Population: 15,060 (2013 estimate); 14,416 (2009 Census results); 15,610 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Khromtaū AūdanyKhromtau (Kazakh: Хромтау ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Khromtau. Population: 41,334 (2013 estimate); 39,748 (2009 Census results); 43,814 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Shalqar AūdanyShalkar (Kazakh: Шалқар ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Shalkar. Population: 45,513 (2013 estimate); 44,187 (2009 Census results); 46,697 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Mortyq AūdanyMartuk (Kazakh: Мәртөк ауданы ) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Martuk. Population: 29,647 (2013 estimate); 29,843 (2009 Census results); 31,084 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Temir AūdanyTemir (Kazakh: Темір ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Temir. Population: 36,551 (2013 estimate); 34,425 (2009 Census results); 35,946 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Algha AūdanyAlga (Kazakh: Алға ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Alga. Population: 38,961 (2013 estimate); 38,578 (2009 Census results); 37,004 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Oyyl AūdanyOiyl (Kazakh: Ойыл ауданы) is a district of Aktobe Region in Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the selo of Oiyl. Population: 18,914 (2013 estimate); 18,619 (2009 Census results); 20,865 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Different buildings in Aqtoebe
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AktjubinskAktobe International Airport (Kazakh: Ақтөбе әуежайы, Russian: аэропорт Актобе) (IATA: AKX, ICAO: UATT) is an airport in Kazakhstan located 1.5 km (0.93 mi) south-west of Aktobe. It has a small terminal with five airliner parking spots. It has serviced the Ilyushin Il-86.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Aqtoebe
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YrghyzThe Irgiz (Russian: Иргиз) is a 593-kilometre (368 mi) long river in Aktobe and Kostanay regions of Kazakhstan, a right tributary of the Turgai River.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Aqtoebe
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Gory MugodzharyMugodzhar Hills (Mugojar, Russian: Мугоджары, Мугоджарский хребет (Mugodzhar Range), Kazakh: Mughalzhar, Mugalzhar) is a series of mountain ranges in Aktobe Region (Northwestern Kazakhstan) 275 miles (440 km) long. Latitude (DMS): 48° 38' 38 N Longitude (DMS): 58° 32' 47 E. They are considered to be a continuation of Ural Mountains and connected with Southern Ural by Guberlinskiy hillocks (Губерлинские горы). They form the divide between the Caspian Sea and Aral Sea basins.Show on map