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Basic information about Andijon
Andijan Region (Uzbek: Andijon viloyati / Андижон вилояти) is a region of Uzbekistan, located in the eastern part of the Fergana Valley in far eastern Uzbekistan. It borders with Kyrgyzstan, Fergana Region and Namangan Region. It covers an area of 4,200 km2. The population is estimated to be around 2,756,400 thus making Andijan Region the most densely populated region of Uzbekistan. The name Andijan has originated form of the Persian word of اندکان Andakan.The traditional etymology connects the name with the Turk, ethnonim Gandhi (Gandhi Turks), known from pre-Islamic period. Andijan Region is divided into 14 administrative districts. The capital is the city of Andijan.The climate is a typically continental climate with extreme differences between winter and summer temperatures. Natural resources include deposits of petroleum, natural gas, ozokerite and limestone. As with other regions of Uzbekistan, it is famous for its very sweet melons and watermelons, but cultivation of crops can be accomplished exclusively on irrigated lands. Main agriculture includes cotton, cereal, viticulture, cattle raising and vegetable gardening. Industry includes metal processing, chemical industry, light industry, food processing. The first automobile assembly plant in Central Asia was opened in Asaka in Andijan Region by the Uzbek-Korean joint venture, UzDaewoo, which produces Nexia and Tico cars and the Damas minibus.
Cities, towns & villages in Andijon
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AndijonAndijan (sometimes spelled Andizhan in English) (Uzbek: ئەندىجان; Persian: Russian: Андижан, Andižan) is a city in Uzbekistan. It is the administrative, economic, and cultural center of Andijan Region. Andijan is located in the south-eastern edge of the Fergana Valley near Uzbekistan's border with Kyrgyzstan. Show Andijonon the map
Qo‘rg‘ontepaQoʻrgʻontepa (Uzbek: Qoʻrgʻontepa, Russian: is a small city and seat of Qo‘rg‘ontepa District, in Andijan Region in eastern Uzbekistan. It is located roughly 30 kilometres (19 mi) north of Osh, near the border with Kyrgyzstan. In 1989 it had a population of 19,565, and has an estimated population of 28,648 in 2012.In 1976 Qo’rg’ontepa was granted city status. The city has a cotton factory, a tool factory and sewing factory. The city is located on the Uzbek Railways Andijan-Karasu line. Show Qo‘rg‘ontepaon the map
AsakaAsaka (Uzbek: Asaka/Aсака; Russian: Aсака) is a city and the administrative center of Asaka District in eastern Uzbekistan, located in the southeastern edge of the Fergana Valley near Uzbekistan's border with Kyrgyzstan. Asaka underwent rapid industrialization during the Soviet era. Currently, it is the second biggest industrial city in Andijan Region, the first being Andijan. Asaka is home to the first automobile assembly plant in Central Asia, namely GM Uzbekistan (formerly UzDaewooAuto). Show Asakaon the map
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XonobodXonobod (Russian: is a city in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan, to the east of Andijan in the Ferghana Valley. It is situated on the right bank of the Kara Darya. Show Xonobodon the map
NazarmahramNazar-Makhram is a kishlak in Shakhrihon District, Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. As of 1959, it was the district center of Khaldyvanbek District, which was later abolished. Show Nazarmahramon the map
BeshkaramBeshkaram is a village in Osh Region of Kyrgyzstan. The town of Agullik is 1 mile (1.6 km) to the north, and Darkhan is 1 mile (1.6 km) to the northeast. Show Beshkaramon the map
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PaxtaobodPakhtaabad (Uzbek: Russian: Пахтаабад) is a town in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Pakhtaabad District. The town population in 1989 year was 18991 people. Show Paxtaobodon the map
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Oltinko‘lOltinkoʻl (Uzbek: Oltinko’l, Олтинкўл, Russian: Алтынкуль) is a village in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. It is administrative center of Oltinkol District. The village population in 1989 year was 3697 people. Show Oltinko‘lon the map
KuyganyorKuyganyar (Uzbek: Куйганёр, Kuyganyor, Russian: Куйганъяр) is an urban-type settlement in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Andijan District. The town population in 1989 year was 8426 people. Show Kuyganyoron the map
MarhamatMarhamat (Uzbek: Russian: Мархамат) is a town in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Marhamat District. The town population in 1989 year was 11055 people. Show Marhamaton the map
OqoltinOqoltin (Uzbek: Oqoltin, Оқолтин, Russian: Акалтын, Akaltyn) is an urban-type settlement in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Ulugnor District. The town population in 1989 year was 6522 people. Show Oqoltinon the map
Poytug‘Paytug (Uzbek: Russian: Пайтуг) is a town in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Izboskan District. The town population in 1989 year was 19389 people. Show Poytug‘on the map
Bo‘zBoz (Uzbek: Бўз/Bo’z, Russian: Боз) is an urban-type settlement in Andijan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Boz District. Show Bo‘zon the map
XodirshoKhadyrsha is a village in Osh Region of Kyrgyzstan. Show Xodirshoon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Andijon
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AndijanAndijan Region (Uzbek: Andijon вилояти, ئەندىجان ۋىلايەتى) is a region of Uzbekistan, located in the eastern part of the Fergana Valley in far eastern Uzbekistan. It borders with Kyrgyzstan, Fergana Region and Namangan Region. It covers an area of 4,200 km2. The population is estimated to be around 2,756,400 thus making Andijan Region the most densely populated region of Uzbekistan. The name Andijan has originated form of the Persian word of اندکان Andakan.The traditional etymology connects the name with the Turk, ethnonim Gandhi (Gandhi Turks), known from pre-Islamic period.Show on map
Buloqboshi TumaniBuloqboshi is a raion (district) of Andijan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Buloqboshi. The population is 110,000 people. 40°37′N 72°30′E / 40.617°N 72.500°EShow on map
Izboskan TumaniIzboskan is a raion (district) of Andijan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Paytug. The population is 186,200 people.Show on map
Asaka TumaniAsaka is a raion (district) of Andijan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Asaka. The population is 191,500 people.Show on map
Marhamat TumaniMarhamat is a raion (district) of Andijan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Marhamat. The population is 133,400.Show on map
Baliqchi TumaniBaliqchi is a raion (district) of Andijan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Baliqchi. 150 800 people.Show on map