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Karaganda Region (Kazakh: Қарағанды облысы, Qarağandı oblısı) is a region of Kazakhstan. Its capital is Karaganda. Population: 1,341,700 (2009 Census results); 1,410,218 (1999 Census results); that of the city is 459,778 (2009 Census results).
Cities, towns & villages in Qaraghandy
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QarqaralyKarkaraly (Kazakh: Қарқаралы) (Russian: Karkaraly, Karkaralinsk) is the oldest town in Karaganda Oblast (Karaganda Region). Karkaraly is also known as Karkaralinsk. Population: 9,212 (2009 Census results); 8,773 (1999 Census results). Show Qarqaralyon the map
KaragandyKaraganda or Qaraghandy (Kazakh: [qɑɾɑˈʁɑndə] (13px listen)), more commonly known by its Russian name Karaganda (Russian: Караганда, until 1993), is the capital of Karaganda Region in Kazakhstan. It is the fourth most populous city in Kazakhstan, behind Almaty (Alma-Ata), Astana and Shymkent. Population: 459,778 (2009 Census results); 436,864 (1999 Census results). This is the home city of Kazakh World War II hero Nurken Abdirov. A statue in Abdirov's honor is located in the center of the city. Show Karagandyon the map
BalqashBalkhash (Kazakh: Балқаш, Balqaş; Russian: Балхаш, Balkhash) is a city in Kazakhstan, located on the northern shore of the Lake Balkhash, on the Bay Bertys, and in south of Kazakh Uplands. Population of the city: 68,833 (2009 Census results); 65,431 (1999 Census results). Balkhash was founded in 1937 as an industrial city centred on the mining and smelting of copper, and presently copper is still exploited there. The city lies approximately 500 km west of the Chinese border on the north side of the lake at an altitude of 440 m. Show Balqashon the map
ZhezqazghanJezkazgan or Zhezkazgan (Kazakh: Жезқазған / Jezqazğan/ formerly known as Dzhezkazgan (Russian: until 1992), is a city in Karaganda Region, Kazakhstan, on a reservoir of the Kara-Kengir River. Population: 86,227 (2009 Census results); 90,001 (1999 Census results). Its urban area includes the neighbouring mining town of Satpayev, for a total city population of 148,700. 55% of Jezkagan population are Kazakhs, 30% Russians, with smaller minorities of Ukrainians, Germans, Chechens and Koreans. Show Zhezqazghanon the map
AbayAbay (Kazakh: Абай) is a town (since 1961) located in central Kazakhstan, and has served as the capital of Abay District in Karaganda Region since 2002. Population: 25,550 (2009 Census results); 33,066 (1999 Census results). Abay was founded in 1949 as a coal mining settlement with the name Sherubay-Noora (Kazakh: Russian: Churubay-Nura). In 1961, it was renamed Abay, after Abay Qunanbayuli, a Kazakh poet, composer and philosopher. Show Abayon the map
SaryshaghanSaryshaghan is a town in Kazakhstan located on the coast of Lake Balkhash at Latitude (DMS): 46° 7' 9 N Longitude (DMS): 73° 37' 9 E in Karaganda Region. Its population is estimated at 11,000 inhabitants. Sary Shagan is a site of the major antiballistic missile defense test range in the Soviet Union. The first nonnuclear intercept of a ballistic missile warhead by a missile was accomplished there on 4 March 1961. Show Saryshaghanon the map
QarazhalKarazhal (Kazakh: Қаражал) is a town of regional significance in Karaganda Region of central Kazakhstan Population: 10,027 (2009 Census results);12,658 (1999 Census results). It is the town closest to where the Soyuz 11 mission landed. The crew members of Soyuz 11 were the first three people to die outside the Earth's atmosphere. Show Qarazhalon the map
SätbaevSatbayev (Kazakh: Сәтбаев), until 1990 Nikolsk is a city in Kazakhstan's Karaganda Region. The city is named after Kanysh Satbayev, one of the founders of Soviet metallogeny, principal advocate and the first president of Kazakhstan Academy of Sciences. Population: 60,105 (2009 Census results); 58,652 (1999 Census results). Show Sätbaevon the map
TemirtauTemirtau (Kazakh: Теміртау / Temirtaw, Russian: Темиртау) is a city in the Karaganda Region of Kazakhstan. Population: 170,481 (1999 Census results). The city is located on the Nura River (the Samarkand Reservoir), northwest of Karaganda. Show Temirtauon the map
SoranSaran (Kazakh: Саран / Saran, Russian: Сарань) is a city in Karaganda Region of Kazakhstan, on the Nura River. Population: 42,058 (2009 Census results); 42,957 (1999 Census results).. The city was founded on December 20, 1954. Show Soranon the map
ShakhtinskShakhtinsk (Kazakh: Шахтинск) is a town of regional significance in Karaganda Region of central Kazakhstan. Population: 35,997 (2009 Census results);41,602 (1999 Census results). Show Shakhtinskon the map
QarsaqbayKarsakpay (Russian: is a town in Karaganda Region, Kazakhstan. Population: 1,668 (2009 Census results); 2,401 (1999 Census results). Show Qarsaqbayon the map
SayaqSayaq is a town in Karaganda Region in eastern Kazakhstan. Show Sayaqon the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Qaraghandy
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Bukhar-ZhyrauBukhar-Zhyrau District (Kazakh: Бұқар жырау ауданы) is a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the settlement of Botakara. Population: 63,236 (2013 estimate); 64,003 (2009 Census results); 69,617 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Osakarovka AūdanyOsakarov District is (Kazakh: Осакаров ауданы) a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the settlement of Osakarovka. Population: 33,343 (2013 estimate); 35,221 (2009 Census results); 44,317 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Zhangaarqa AūdanyZhanaarka District (Kazakh: Жаңаарқа ауданы) is a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the settlement of Atasu. Population: 32,312 (2013 estimate); 30,818 (2009 Census results); 32,184 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Abay QalasyAbay District (Kazakh: Абай ауданы, Abay awdanı) is a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Abay. Population: 54,057 (2013 estimate); 53,214 (2009 Census results); 65,306 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Nura AūdanyNura District (Kazakh: Нұра ауданы) is a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the settlement of Kiyevka. Population: 24,732 (2013 estimate); 26,150 (2009 Census results); 38,649 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Aqtoghay AūdanyAktogay District (Kazakh: Ақтоғай ауданы) is a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Aktogay. Population: 18,497 (2013 estimate); 19,233 (2009 Census results); 24,051 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Ulytaū AūdanyUlytau District (Kazakh: Ұлытау ауданы) is a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Ulytau. Population: 13,909 (2013 estimate); 14,240 (2009 Census results); 20,430 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Shet AūdanyShet District (Kazakh: Шет ауданы) is a district of Karaganda Region in central Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the selo of Aksu-Ayuly. Population: 44,971 (2013 estimate); 45,715 (2009 Census results); 54,341 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Qaraghandy OblysyKaraganda Region (Kazakh: Қарағанды облысы, Qarağandı oblısı, قاراعاندى وبلىسى) is a region of Kazakhstan. Its capital is Karaganda. Population: 1,341,700 (2009 Census results); 1,410,218 (1999 Census results); that of the city is 459,778 (2009 Census results).Show on map
Different buildings in Qaraghandy
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Balkhash AirportBalkhash Airport or Balqash Airport (IATA: BXH, ICAO: UAAH) is an airport 6 km (3.7 mi) north-east the city of Balqash in Kazakhstan.Show on map