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Basic information about Khatlon
Khatlon Region (Tajik: Хатлон/Persian: ختلان), sometimes misspelt Khatlan, one of the three provinces of Tajikistan (Tajik: вилоят, viloyat) and is the most populous of the four first level administrative regions. It is situated in the southwest of the country, between the Hisor (Gissar) Range in the north and the Panj River in the south and borders on Afghanistan in the southeast and on Uzbekistan in the west. During Soviet times Khatlon was divided into Kurgan-Tyube (Qurghonteppa) Oblast (Western Khatlon) – with the Kofarnihon and Vakhsh river valleys – and Kulob Oblast (Eastern Khatlon) – with the Kyzylsu and Yakhsu river valleys. Both regions were merged in November 1992 into today's Khatlon Province (or viloyat). The capital is the city of Qurghonteppa, formerly known as Kurgan-Tyube. Khatlon has an area of 24,800 square kilometres and consists of 24 districts – 14 in Western Khatlon and 10 in Eastern Khatlon. The total population of Khatlon in 2008 was 2,579,300, up from 2,149,500 in the 2000 population census. The population in Khatlon is mainly engaged in Agriculture.
Cities, towns & villages in Khatlon
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NorakNurek (Tajik: Норак; Persian: نارک‎‎) is a city in the Khatlon province of Tajikistan. It is situated on the Vakhsh River, 885 m above sea level, and is 70 km southeast of Dushanbe, the capital. It has a population of 18,950 (2008 estimate). The city was founded in 1960 alongside the construction of Nurek Dam, which was completed in 1980. Show Norakon the map
Panji PoyonPanji Poyon (Tajik: Панҷи Поён), also known since the times of the Soviet Union as Nizhny Panj (from Russian: Нижний Пяндж, Nizhniy Pyandzh) is a border checkpoint on the Tajik side of the border. Both Tajik and Russian names mean literally \"Lower Panj\". It is the place of an Bridge across the Panj River. It is the last point on the European route E123. The outpost witnesses the increase of drug traffic. Within the framework of international cooperation, in 2008 the new customs facility was built with the help of the United States at the outpost. Show Panji Poyonon the map
PanjPanj (Tajik: Панҷ; Persian: پنج‎‎) is a city in southern Tajikistan which is situated on the Afghan border, some 252 kilometres (157 mi) south of the capital Dushanbe. It is located along the banks of the Panj River, from which it derives its name. In Soviet times Panj was known as Baumanabad, and later as Kirovabad. It has also been known as Pyandj, Pyandzh, Kirowabad, Sarai, Sarai-Kamar, Saray Komar, and Saray-Kamar. It is not to be confused with the town of Dusty, Tajikistan which has been known as Pyandj, Pyandzh, Molotovabad, Dŭsty, and Dusti. Show Panjon the map
MoskvaMoskovskiy or Moskva (Tajik: Маскав; Persian: مسکو‎‎) is a location in Tajikistan. It is the administrative capital of Hamadoni district in Khatlon Province, located at 37°39′24″N 69°37′45″E / 37.65667°N 69.62917°E. Its population is 20,700 (1 January 2008 est.). Internet sources often identify Moskovskiy with Chubek, but in fact this is another village in the district, located about 5 km south-east from Moskva 37°36′46″N 69°42′22″E / 37.61278°N 69.70611°E). Show Moskvaon the map
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ObikiikObikiik (Tajik: Обикиик), formerly Pravda, is a location in Tajikistan. It is the administrative capital of Khuroson district in Khatlon Province, located at 38°09′31″N 68°40′20″E / 38.158611°N 68.6722222°E. Its population is 6,200 (1 January 2008 est.). Pravda was renamed Obikiik around 2003, at the time when former Ghozimalik district was renamed Khuroson district. Show Obikiikon the map
DangharaDanghara is a town in the Khatlon Province of Tajikistan. It is the capital of Danghara District. Danghara is the hometown of Tajikistan's President, Emomali Rahmon as well as the country's first Deputy Prime Minister, Asadullo Ghulomov, and a number of other senior government officials and members of parliament. In 2012, Radio Free Europe reported that the town might be the target of a plan to relocate the country's capital city. Show Dangharaon the map
Abdurahmoni JomíKuybyshevsk or Kuybyshev (Tajik: Куйбышев) is a location in south-west Tajikistan. It is the administrative capital of Jomi district in Khatlon Province, located just north of the provincial capital Qurghonteppa and about 100 km south of the national capital Dushanbe. The population of Kuybyshevsk in 2007 is estimated at 10,500. Show Abdurahmoni Jomíon the map
KolkhozobodKolkhozobod (Tajik: Колхозoбoд; Persian: also Kolkhozabad (Russian transliteration), is a location in Tajikistan. It is the administrative capital of Rumi District (Kolkhozobod district until June 2007) in the south-west of Khatlon Province. The population of Kolkhozobod in 2007 is estimated at 14,700. Show Kolkhozobodon the map
KŭlobKulob (Tajik: Кӯлоб, Kûlob/Kūloв), also Kulyab (Russian: Куляб, Kuljab), is a city in Kulob District, Khatlon Province, Tajikistan. Located 203 km south-east of the capital Dushanbe on the Yakhsu River (a right tributary of Panj), it is one of the largest cities in the country and has an estimated population of 100,000. The town is served by Kulob Airport. Show Kŭlobon the map
QubodiyonQabodiyon (Tajik: Кубадиян, Persian: Qabādiyān) is a town in the Khatlon Province of Tajikistan. It is the capital of Qabodiyon District. Nasir Khusraw, a Persian poet, philosopher, Isma'ili scholar, traveler and one of the greatest writers in Persian literature was born in the village in 1004 CE. Show Qubodiyonon the map
FarkhorFarkhor (Tajik: Фархор; Persian: فرخار‎‎), also transliterated Parkhar (Russian: Пархар), is a city in southwestern Tajikistan, located on the border with Afghanistan. It is the capital of Farkhor District in Khatlon Province. The Farkhor Air Base is about 4 km south-west of Farkhor. Show Farkhoron the map
QŭrghonteppaQurghonteppa or Kurganteppa (Tajik: formerly known as Kurgan-Tyube (Russian: Kurgan-Tjube, Persian: is a city in southwestern Tajikistan. It is the capital of the Khatlon region and it is located 100 km from Dushanbe. Show Qŭrghonteppaon the map
YovonYovon (Tajik: Ёвон / Persian: یاوان‎‎) is a town in Tajikistan located in the Khatlon province. In 2000, the town had an estimated population of 20,000. It is approximately 30 kilometres (20 mi) southeast of Dushanbe. Show Yovonon the map
DŭstíDusti is a town in southern Tajikistan near the Afghan border. As of 2008 census, it had a population of 9,848. Its 2012 estimated population is 10,751. Under Soviet rule the town was named Molotovabad. Show Dŭstíon the map
ShahritusShahritus (Tajik: Шаҳритус شهر توس, Uzbek: Shaartuz) also spelled as Shaartuz (Russian: Шаартуз) is a city in southwestern Tajikistan. Situated on the River Kafirnigan, the city was founded in 1938. Show Shahrituson the map
Boshqal’aKommunizm (Tajik: کمونیزم, Коммумизм) is a town and jamoat in north-western Tajikistan. It is located in Istarawshan District in Sughd province. The jamoat has a total population of 22,190. Show Boshqal’aon the map
JilikŭlJilikul is the capital of the Jilikul District of the Khatlon Province, Tajikistan. It is located in the southwestern portion of Tajikistan approximately 117km (73 miles) from Dushanbe. Show Jilikŭlon the map
NavdíNavdi (Persian: نوده ‎‎) is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Rasht District in Districts of Republican Subordination province.The jamoat has a total population of 10474. Show Navdíon the map
Ismoili SomoníIsmoili Somoni (Persian: اسماعیل سامانی‎‎) is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Bokhtar District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 6703. Show Ismoili Somoníon the map
SarikhosorSarikhosor (Persian: is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Baljuvon District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 4218. Show Sarikhosoron the map
Bŭstonqal’aBustonqala (Persian: is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Bokhtar District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 2518. Show Bŭstonqal’aon the map
BokhtariyonBokhtariyon (Persian: is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Bokhtar District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 3318. Show Bokhtariyonon the map
SatalmushSatalmush (Persian: is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Baljuvon District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 3614. Show Satalmushon the map
QahramonQahramon (Persian: قهرمان ‎‎) is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Hamadoni District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 14364. Show Qahramonon the map
SebistonSebiston (Persian: is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Danghara District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 9825. Show Sebistonon the map
BaljuvonBaljuvon (Persian: بلجوان‎‎) is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Baljuvon District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 3660. Show Baljuvonon the map
OqsuOqsu (Persian: آق‌سو ‎‎) is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Danghara District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 13.908. Show Oqsuon the map
MehnatobodMehnatobod is a town and jamoat in north-western Tajikistan. It is located in Zafarobod District in Sughd province. The jamoat has a total population of 7,636. Show Mehnatobodon the map
DekturDektur (Persian: دکتور‎‎) is a town and jamoat in Tajikistan. It is located in Baljuvon District in Khatlon Province. The jamoat has a total population of 5219. Show Dekturon the map
AvzikentAvzikent is a town and jamoat in north-western Tajikistan. It is located in Mastchoh District in Sughd province. The jamoat has a total population of 10,373. Show Avzikenton the map
DashtijumDashti-Jum (Tajik: Дашти Ҷум), (Persian: دشت جوم‎‎), is a Towns-Jamoats in Khatlon Province, in southeastern Tajikistan is located. Show Dashtijumon the map
KhovalingKhovaling (Tajik: Ховалинг; Persian: is a village and the district capital of Khovaling District. Show Khovalingon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Khatlon
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Viloyati KhatlonKhatlon Region (Tajik: ختلان‎‎, Xatlân), sometimes misspelt Khatlan, one of the three provinces of Tajikistan (Tajik: вилоят, viloyat) and is the most populous of the four first level administrative regions. It is situated in the southwest of the country, between the Hisor (Gissar) Range in the north and the Panj River in the south and borders on Afghanistan in the southeast and on Uzbekistan in the west. During Soviet times Khatlon was divided into Kurgan-Tyube (Qurghonteppa) Oblast (Western Khatlon) – with the Kofarnihon and Vakhsh river valleys – and Kulob Oblast (Eastern Khatlon) – with the Kyzylsu and Yakhsu river valleys. Both regions were merged in November 1992 into today's Khatlon Province (or viloyat). The capital is the city of Qurghonteppa, formerly known as KurShow on map
Nohiyai TemurmalikTemurmalik District or Nohiya-i Temurmalik (Tajik: Ноҳияи Persian: ناحیهٔ تیمور ملک‎‎) is a district in the Khatlon province of Tajikistan, located south of the Vakhsh Range along the middle course of Kyzylsu River. It had an estimated population of 57,700 as of 2008. Before 1957, it was called Qizil-Mazor District (Tajik: Ноҳияи Қизил Мазор) or Kzyl-Mazar District (Russian: район), then renamed Sovetskiy District (Russian: Советский район), and in 2004 given its present name Temurmalik District. The new name honors a medieval military hero, Temurmalik, who in 1220 led the people of Khujand in their struggle against the Mongol occupation.Show on map
Nohiyai KolkhozobodRumi District, formerly Kolkhozobod District or Nohiya-i Kolkhozobod (Tajik: Ноҳияи Persian: ناحیۀ is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan, located south of the provincial capital Kurgan-Tyube (Qurghonteppa) and Vakhsh district. It was renamed Rumi district on 23 June 2007 in commemoration of the 800th anniversary of the Tajik-Persian poet and philosopher Jaloliddin Rumi and plans were announced to erect a monument to Rumi in the district.Show on map
Nohiyai HamadoníHamadoni District (Tajik: Ноҳияи Ҳамадони / Persian: ناحیۀ is a district in the south-east of Khatlon Province of Tajikistan, located south of Kulob and stretching along a section of the Panj on the border with Afghanistan. Population 123,800 (2007 data). Between 1950 and 2004 called Moskovskiy District, then renamed in honor of Mir Said Ali Hamadoni, a 14th-century Persian poet,saint and scholar who is buried in Khatlon. The district capital is Moskovskiy or Moskva (Tajik: Маскав) (located at 37°39′24″N 69°37′45″E / 37.65667°N 69.62917°E).Show on map
Nohiyai Nosiri KhusravNosiri Khusrav District, sometimes Nosiri Khisrav District (Tajik: ноҳияи Носири Хусрав, Nohiya-i Nosiri Khusrav, Persian: ناحیهٔ is located in the south-western corner of Khatlon province of Tajikistan on the Amu Darya, an enclave within the Shahrtuz district. Population 27,400 (2008 est.). Until 2004 called Beshkent District (Tajik: ноҳияи Бешкент); then renamed in honor of the 11th century Persian-Tajik poet Nosiri Khusrav (sometimes also Khisrav). The district capital is Bakhori, a village at the northernmost tip of the district.Show on map
Nohiyai Abdurahmoni JomíJomi District (Tajik: Ноҳияи Ҷомӣ/Persian: ناحیه جامی‎‎) is a district in Khatlon Province of Tajikistan, located north of the provincial capital Kurgan-Tyube (Qurghonteppa). Population 109,200 (2003 data). Called Kuybyshevskiy District in Soviet times, then Hojamaston District until 2004, and finally renamed Dzhami (or Jomi) district in honor of the 15th century Tajik-Persian Poet Abdurahman Jami (Tajik: Ҷомӣ, transliterated as Jomi). The district capital is still listed as Kuybyshev or Kuybyshevsk.Show on map
Nohiyai VakhshVakhsh District or Nohiya-i Vakhsh (Tajik: Ноҳияи Вахш/Persian: ناحیۀ وخش‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Vakhsh. Vakhsh is one of the famous districts of Khatlon province. Sometimes, Khatlon (Qurghonteppa zone) is cited as Vakhsh valley, this is why when entering Khatlon zone, you will notice written \"Vakhsh Valley\" written in Russian \"Вахшская долина\". It is located to south of Khatlon & and the country. It is 23 Km from center of Khatlon (Qurghonteppa) which takes around 25 minutes.Show on map
Nohiyai KhurosonKhuroson District, formerly Ghozimalik District (Tajik: Ноҳияи Ғозималик; Persian: ناحیهٔ is a district in Khatlon province of Tajikistan extending south from national capital Dushanbe toward the provincial capital Kurgan-Tyube (Qurghonteppa). The district population is 73,100 (2003 data). Ghozimalik district was renamed Khuroson district around 2003, and its capital was renamed at about that time from Pravda to Obikiik (location 38°09′31″N 68°40′20″E / 38.158611°N 68.6722222°E).Show on map
Nohiyai BokhtarBokhtar District (Tajik: Ноҳияи Бохтар / Persian: ناحیۀ باختر‎‎) is a district in Khatlon Province, Tajikistan, surrounding the provincial capital Qurghonteppa. Its administrative capital is the village of Ismoil Somoni (pop. 8,000). The population in Bokhtar district is 209,100 (1 January 2008 estimate).Show on map
Nohiyai KŭlobKulob District or Nohiya-i Kulob (Tajik: Ноҳияи Кӯлоб, Nohiya‘i Kûlob/Nohijaji Kūloв; Persian: ناحیۀ کولاب‎‎, Nâhiyeye Kulâb) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Kulob. The city was founded in 691 BCE. On 10 September 2006 Kulob city celebrated its 2700th anniversary. Thousands participated in this time, even foreigners.Show on map
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Nohiyai Mŭ’minobodMu'minobod District or Nohiya-i Mu'minobod (Tajik: Ноҳияи ناحیۀ مومن آباد‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Leningradskiy.Show on map
Qumsangir DistrictQumsangir District or Nohiya-i Qumsangir (Tajik: Ноҳияи ناحیۀ is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Qumsangir.Show on map
Nohiyai KhovalingKhovaling District or Nohiya-i Khovaling (Tajik: Ноҳияи ناحیۀ خاوه لنگ‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Khovaling.Show on map
Nohiyai QubodiyonQabodiyon District or Nohiya-i Qabodiyon (Tajik: Ноҳияи ناحیۀ is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Qabodiyon.Show on map
Nohiyai DangharaDanghara District or Nohiya-i Danghara (Tajik: Ноҳияи Данғара / Persian: ناحیۀ دنغره‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Danghara.Show on map
Nohiyai ShahritusShahrtuz District or Nohiya-i Shahrtuz (Tajik: Ноҳияи ناحیۀ شهرتوز‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Shahrtuz.Show on map
Nohiyai JilikŭlJilikul District or Nohiya-i Jilikul (Tajik: Ноҳияи Ҷиликӯл, Persian: ناحیۀ جلی کول‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Jilikul.Show on map
Nohiyai SarbandSarband District or Nohiya-i Sarband (Tajik: Ноҳияи ناحیۀ سربند‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Sarband.Show on map
NorakNorak District or Nohiya-i Norak (Tajik: Ноҳияи Норак, Persian: ناحیۀ نارک‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Norak.Show on map
Nohiyai Vose’Vose' District or Nohiya-i Vose' (Tajik: Ноҳияи Восеъ/Persian: ناحیۀ واسع‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Vose'.Show on map
Nohiyai BaljuvonBaljuvon District (Tajik: Ноҳияи Балҷувон / Persian: ناحیۀ بلجوان‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Baljuvon.Show on map
Nohiyai PanjPanj District or Nohiya-i Panj (Tajik: Ноҳияи Панҷ/Persian: ناحیۀ پنج‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Panj.Show on map
Nohiyai FarkhorFarkhor District (Tajik: Ноҳияи ناحیۀ فرخار‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Farkhor.Show on map