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Basic information about Qyzylorda
Kyzylorda Region (Kazakh: Қызылорда облысы, Qızılorda oblısı; Russian: Кызылординская область, Kyzylordinskaya oblast) is a region of Kazakhstan. Its capital is the city of Kyzylorda, with a population of 157,400. The region itself has a population of 590,000. Other notable settlements include Aral, Kazaly (Kazalinsk) and the Russian-administered Baikonur, which services the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The region borders neighboring country Uzbekistan, as well as three other regions: Aktobe Region (to the west), Karaganda Region (to the north), and South Kazakhstan Region (to the east). The Syr Darya River, flowing from the Tian Shan mountains to the Aral Sea, passes through Kyzylorda Region. The total area of the province is 226,000 square kilometers.
Cities, towns & villages in Qyzylorda
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KyzylordaKyzylorda (Kazakh: Қызылорда, Qızılorda formerly known as Kzyl-Orda (Russian: Кзыл-Орда), Ak-Mechet (Russian: Ак-Мечеть), Perovsk (Russian: Перовск), and Fort-Perovsky (Russian: is a city in south central Kazakhstan, capital of Kyzylorda Region and former capital of the Kazak ASSR from 1925 to 1929. The city has a population of 157,400 (1999 Census). It historically developed around the Syr Darya River and the site of a Kokand fortress. Population: 188,682 (2009 Census results); 157,364 (1999 Census results). Show Kyzylordaon the map
AralAral, also known as Aralsk or Aral'sk, (Kazakh: Арал, Aral, ارال; Russian: Аральск, Araljsk) is a small city in south-western Kazakhstan, located in the oblast (region) of Kyzylorda. It serves as the administrative center of Aral District. Aral was formerly a fishing port and harbour city on the banks of the Aral Sea, and was a major supplier of fish to the neighboring region. Population: 29,987 (2009 Census results); 30,347 (1999 Census results). Show Aralon the map
KoszharKoszhar is a small village situated inside of Kzyl-Orda, Kazakhstan on the banks of Lake Qamystybas. The village of Koszhar is home to camel farming and fishing. Koszhar is 55 meters above sea level and the population of the village is estimated to be somewhere between 100-200 people. Koszhar is located West of the M32 highway, the M32 is considered one of the most dangerous, and poorly maintained highways in the world. Show Koszharon the map
TerenozekTerenozek (Kazakh: Тереңөзек) is an urban-type settlement and the administrative centre of Syrdariya District of Kyzylorda Region of southern-central Kazakhstan. It lies on the northern bank of the Syr Darya. Population: 9,132 (2009 Census results); 9,408 (1999 Census results). Show Terenozekon the map
QazalyKazaly (Kazakh: Қазалы; Russian: Казалинск or Kazalinsk) is a town in Kazaly District of Kyzylorda Region in Kazakhstan, located on the right bank of the Syr Darya River. Population: 7,686 (2009 Census results); 7,298 (1999 Census results). Show Qazalyon the map
Ayteke BiAyteke Bi (formerly Novokazalinsk) is an urban-type settlement and the administrative center of Kazaly District in Kyzylorda Region of Kazakhstan. Population: 38,046 (2009 Census results); 33,441 (1999 Census results). Show Ayteke Bion the map
YanykurganZhanakorgan is an urban-type settlement and the administrative center of Zhanakorgan District in Kyzylorda Region of Kazakhstan. This may be to 'Yani Kurgan' (new tumulus) captured in 1861 during the Russian conquest of Turkestan. Show Yanykurganon the map
DzhalagashZhalagash is an urban-type settlement and the administrative center of Zhalagash District in Kyzylorda Region of Kazakhstan. Show Dzhalagashon the map
ZhosalyZhosaly is an urban-type settlement and the administrative center of Karmakshy District in Kyzylorda Region of Kazakhstan. Show Zhosalyon the map
ShīeliShieli is an urban-type settlement and the administrative center of Shieli District in Kyzylorda Region of Kazakhstan. Show Shīelion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Qyzylorda
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Qyzylorda OblysyKyzylorda Region (Kazakh: Қызылорда облысы, Qızılorda oblısı, قىزىلوردا وبلىسى; Russian: область, Kyzylordinskaja oblastj) is a region of Kazakhstan. Its capital is the city of Kyzylorda, with a population of 157,400. The region itself has a population of 590,000. Other notable settlements include Aral, Kazaly (Kazalinsk) and the Baikonur, which services the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The region borders neighboring country Uzbekistan, as well as three other regions: Aktobe Region (to the west), Karaganda Region (to the north), and South Kazakhstan Region (to the east). The Syr Darya River, flowing from the Tian Shan mountains to the Aral Sea, passes through Kyzylorda Region. The total area of the province is 226,000 square kilometers.Show on map
Zhangaqorghan AūdanyZhanakorgan (Kazakh: ауданы) is a district of Kyzylorda Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the urban-type settlement of Zhanakorgan. Population: 77,509 (2013 estimate); 70,128 (2009 Census results); 67,563 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Syrdarīya AūdanySyrdariya (Kazakh: Сырдария ауданы) is a district of Kyzylorda Region in southern Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the district is the town of Terenozek. Population: 39,559 (2013 estimate); 38,085 (2009 Census results); 39,100 (1999 Census results).Show on map
Different buildings in Qyzylorda
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Kyzylorda AirportKyzylorda Airport (IATA: KZO, ICAO: UAOO) is an airport located 12.5 km (7.8 mi) southeast of Kyzylorda (formerly known as Kzyl-Orda), the capital city of the Kyzylorda Region in Kazakhstan.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Qyzylorda
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Qamystybas KöliLake Kamyslybas is a large saltwater lake in the Qyzylorda Province, Kazakhstan. It has an area of 176 km², although the water level in the lake often fluctuates. It lies in the northern part of Syr Darya's delta, to which it is connected by a canal. Lake Kamyslybas is used as a fishery.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Qyzylorda
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Poluostrov Barsakel’mesBarsa-Kelmes (from Kazakh: \"the land of no return\") is a former island, the largest in the Aral Sea. Its area was 133 km2 in the 1980s, but as the sea became more shallow it steadily grew, until in the 1990s it ceased to be an island. Its highest altitude is 113 m. It encompasses the Barsa-Kelmes Nature Reserve. Because of the native salt deposits, visitors are recommended to close their eyes during dust storms and strong winds.Show on map