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South Kazakhstan Region (Kazakh: Оңтүстік Қазақстан облысы, Oñtüstik Qazaqstan oblısı) is the southernmost region of Kazakhstan. Population: 2,469,367 (2009 Census results); 1,978,339 (1999 Census results). Its capital is Shymkent, with 603,500 people. Other cities in South Kazakhstan include Turkestan, Sayram, Kentau, Arys, Shardara, Zhetisai, Saryagash, and Lenger. This region and Atyrau Region are Kazakhstan's two smallest regions; both are about 117,300 square kilometers in area. South Kazakhstan borders the neighboring country of Uzbekistan (and is very near the Uzbekistan capital Tashkent), as well as three other Kazakhstan regions: Karaganda Region (to the north), Kyzylorda Region (to the west), and Jambyl Region (to the east). The Syr Darya passes through the region, on its way to the Aral Sea. Also, an oil pipeline runs from Turkmenabat, Turkmenistan to Omsk, Russia (where it connects with a larger, Siberian pipeline) through South Kazakhstan. Oil, lead and zinc are refined in Shymkent.
Cities, towns & villages in Ongtustik Qazaqstan
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SayramSayram (Kazakh: Сайрам, Sayram, سايرام; Uzbek: Sayrom, Сайром, سەيرام; Arabic: ‘Isfījāb; Persian: Espījāb/Espijâb) is a rural locality located in southeastern South Kazakhstan Region on the Sayram Su River, which rises at the nearby 4000-meter mountain Sayram Su. In medieval times, the city and countryside were located on the banks of the Arys River, into which the Sayram Su river flows. It is now a suburb of Shymkent. Population: 30,887 (2009 Census results); 25,408 (1999 Census results). Show Sayramon the map
ArysArys (Kazakh: Арыс, Arıs, ارىس; Russian: Арыс, earlier Арысь Aryś), is a town in South Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan. Population: 62,197 (2009 Census results); 59,280 (1999 Census results). Arys is the junction of two important rail lines: Trans-Aral Railway and Turkestan-Siberia Railway The Arys station was built ca. 1904 as a station on the Trans-Aral line; a number of buildings and structures dating to 1902-05 are preserved in the city. in 1932 Arys was granted the status of a work settlement, and in 1956, that of a city. Show Aryson the map
KentauKentau (Kazakh: Кентау, Kentaw, كەنتاۋ; Russian: Кентау), is a town in South Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan. It is located at the foot of the Karatau mountains 30 km north-east of the city of Turkestan. Kentau was formed in August 1955. In Soviet times, the population of the city was mainly from Russia, the descendants of the repressed: Greeks, Russians, Germans, Koreans, Jews, Chechens, etc., as well as Uzbeks, and majority of population comprising an ethnic Kazakhs. Major mining ore operations are supported by excavator and transformer plants. The late 1980s or early 1990s saw massive emigration of population and the closures of mines and industrial enterprises. Today, the population is approximately 80 thousand, mostly Kazakhs. Population: 57,121 (2009 Census results); 55,521 (1999 Cen Show Kentauon the map
KarabulakThe village of Karabulak (Kazakh: Қарабұлақ; Russian: Карабулак) — is one of the largest villages of Sayram District, South Kazakhstan Region. The population is nearly 45 thousand (as of 2012). The area is 11,134 hectares. It is located 45 km from Chimkent, the regional center, and 18 km from Aksukent village, the district center. There are 11 schools, 1 college and 3 marketplaces in the village. Also there are 19 mosques, 2 hospitals, 2 policlinics, a kindergarten, Alisher Navoiy cultural center and the largest mosque in Sayram for 10 thousand. Most of the population of the village are ethnic Uzbeks who constitute up to 99% of the villagers. Show Karabulakon the map
ShymkentShymkent (Kazakh: شىمكەنت), known until 1993 as Chimkent (Uzbek: 'Чимкент', چىمكېنت; Russian: Чимкент), is the capital city of South Kazakhstan Region, the most densely populated region in Kazakhstan. It is the third most populous city in Kazakhstan behind Almaty and Astana with an estimated population of 629,600 in 2011. A major railroad junction on the Turkestan-Siberia Railway, the city is also a notable cultural centre, with an international airport. Shymkent is situated 690 kilometres (430 mi) west of Almaty and 120 kilometres (75 mi) to the north of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 603,499 (2009 Census results); 423,902 (1999 Census results). Show Shymkenton the map
TurkestanTurkistan (Kazakh: formerly known as Turkestan (Russian: Туркестан; Uzbek: 'Turkiston', Туркистон, توركىستان) is a city in the South Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan, near the Syr Darya river. It is situated 160 km (100 mi) north-west of Shymkent on the Trans-Aral Railway between Kyzylorda to the north and Tashkent to the south. Its population has increased within ten years from 102,505 (1999 Census results) to 142,899 (2009 Census results). Show Turkestanon the map
LengerLenger (Kazakh: Ленгер, Lenger, لەنگەر; Russian: Ленгер) is a city in Tole Bi District, South Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan. As of 2012 Lenger had a population of 25 298. Lenger is the administrative center of the Tole Bi District. The Museum of the Tole Bi District (Музей района) is in Lenger. Population: 24,642 (2009 Census results); 22,038 (1999 Census results). Show Lengeron the map
DzhetysayZhetisay (also transliterated as Jetisay and Žetisaj; Kazakh: Жетісай, Jetisay, جەتئساي) is a city in Kazakhstan and is the administrative center of Maktaaral District in South Kazakhstan Region. Population: 36,494 (2009 Census results); 30,487 (1999 Census results). Show Dzhetysayon the map
ChardaraShardara (Kazakh: Шардара, Şardara, شاردارا) is a town and the administrative center of Shardara District in South Kazakhstan Region of central Kazakhstan. Population: 30,573 (2009 Census results);25,452 (1999 Census results). Show Chardaraon the map
Novyy SauranSawran or Sauran (Kazakh: Сауран, [sɑwˈrɑn]) is an ancient city located 43 kilometres (27 mi) north-west of the city of Turkistan in Southern Kazakhstan. Show Novyy Sauranon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Ongtustik Qazaqstan
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South KazakhstanSouth Kazakhstan Region (Kazakh: Оңтүстік Қазақстан облысы, Oñtüstik Qazaqstan oblısı, وڭتٷستئك قازاقستان وبلىسى; Russian: область, oblast’ / oblastj) is the southernmost region of Kazakhstan. Population: 2,469,367 (2009 Census results); 1,978,339 (1999 Census results). Its capital is Shymkent, with 603,500 people. Other cities in South Kazakhstan include Turkestan, Sayram, Kentau, Arys, Shardara, Zhetisai, Saryagash, and Lenger. This region and Atyrau Region are Kazakhstan's two smallest regions; both are about 117,300 square kilometers in area. South Kazakhstan borders the neighboring country of Uzbekistan (and is very near the Uzbekistan capital Tashkent), as well as three other Kazakhstan regions: Karaganda Region (to the@en .Show on map
Sayram AūdanySayram (Kazakh: Сайрам ауданы, Sayram awdanı, سايرام اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Aksukent. The historic city of Sayram is located in this district, and gives it its name. Population: 311,155 (2013 estimate); 281,898 (2009 Census results); 212,929 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Sozaq AūdanySozak (Kazakh: Созақ ауданы, Sozaq awdanı, سوزاق اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Sholakkorgan. Population: 56,847 (2013 estimate); 51,935 (2009 Census results); 47,231 (1999 Census results). It contains the titular village of Sozak.Show on map
Kazygurt DistrictKazygurt District (Kazakh: Қазығұрт ауданы, Qazığurt awdanı, قازىعۇرت اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Kazygurt. Population: 106,766 (2013 estimate); 100,581 (2009 Census results); 87,875 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Tülkibas AūdanyTulkibas (Kazakh: Түлкібас ауданы, Tülkibas awdanı, تٷلكئباس اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Turar Ryskulov. Population: 106,582 (2013 estimate); 95,468 (2009 Census results); 86,465 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Saryaghash AūdanySaryagash (Kazakh: Сарыағаш ауданы, Sarıağaş awdanı, سارىاعاش اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Saryagash. Population: 303,019 (2013 estimate); 272,693 (2009 Census results); 212,848 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Ordabasy AūdanyOrdabasy (Kazakh: Ордабасы ауданы, Ordabası awdanı, ورداباسى اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Temirlan. Population: 114,203 (2013 estimate); 102,875 (2009 Census results); 80,799 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Shardara AūdanyShardara (Kazakh: Шардара ауданы, Şardara awdanı, شاردارا اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Shardara. Population: 78,554 (2013 estimate); 74,997 (2009 Census results); 64,324 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Otyrar AūdanyOtyrar (Kazakh: Отырар ауданы, Otırar awdanı, وتىرار اۋدانى) is a district of South Kazakhstan Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Shauildir. Population: 56,246 (2013 estimate); 53,131 (2009 Census results); 54,017 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Ongtustik Qazaqstan
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ArysThe Arys (Kazakh: Арыс) is a river of southern Kazakhstan and a tributary of the Syr Darya. The river is 378 kilometres (235 mi) long, covering a basin area of 14,900 square kilometres (5,800 sq mi). The river begins in the Talas Alatau ridge, and average water flow is 46.6 cubic metres per second (1,650 cu ft/s). The highest runoff is in April during snow melt, the lowest is in August. The river is used for irrigation to grow rice in the lower reaches. The largest tributaries are the Mashat River, Aksu River, Sayramsu River, Boralday River and the Badam River.Show on map
KelesThe Keles River is a river of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan (short length).Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Ongtustik Qazaqstan
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Karatau Nature PreserveKaratau Nature Reserve is a wildlife refuge in the mid-part of the Karatau Mountains, near Kyzylkum, Betpak-Dala and Moiynkum deserts in the South Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan, in Central Asia. It was founded in 2004. Its territory is around 34 300 hа. Some 700 species of plants constitute its flora, 62 species are endemic. Its fauna includes, among others, the Kara Tau argali, Indian crested porcupine and beech marten. There are 118 bird species in the area.Show on map