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Map of Karakalpakstan district in Uzbekistan

Basic information about Karakalpakstan
Karakalpakstan (Karakalpak: Qaraqalpaqstan Respublikasiʻ (Қарақалпақстан Республикасы); Uzbek: 'Qoraqalpogʻiston Respublikasi' (Қорақалпоғистон Республикаси) is an autonomous republic of Uzbekistan. It occupies the whole northwestern end of Uzbekistan. The capital is Nukus (Karakalpak: Noʻkis (Нөкис)). The Republic of Karakalpakstan has an area of 160,000 square kilometres (62,000 sq mi). Its territory covers the classical land of Khwarezm, though in classical Persian literature the area was known as \Kāt\ ().
Cities, towns & villages in Karakalpakstan
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KontyubekKantubek (Russian: Кантубек) was a town on Vozrozhdeniya Island (Uzbekistan) in the Aral Sea. The town is still found on maps, but is uninhabited and lies in ruins today. Kantubek used to have a population of approximately 1,500, and housed scientists and employees of the Soviet Union's top-secret Aralsk-7 biological weapons research and test site. Show Kontyubekon the map
BeruniyBeruniy (Uzbek: بېرۇنىي; Karakalpak: Russian: Беруни) is a small city in the Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan. It is located on the northern bank of the Amu Darya near Uzbekistan's border with Turkmenistan. The city is the seat of Beruniy District. Historically, Beruniy was known as Kath (Arabic/Persian: کاث‎‎; modern Uzbek: Kos) and served as the capital of Khwarezm during the Afrighid dynasty. In 1957, it was renamed \"Beruniy\" in honor of the medieval scholar and polymath Al-Biruni who was born here. Beruniy received city status in 1962. Show Beruniyon the map
Taxtako‘pirTaxtako‘pir (Uzbek and Karakalpak: Taxtako‘pir, Russian: Takhtakupir, also Tazta-Kupir) is a town and seat of the Taxtako‘pir District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. It is 107 kilometres (66 mi) from the Karakalpak capital of Nukus. The town has been the seat of Taxtako‘pir District since 1984. It has six public schools and two vocational colleges. The population in 2004 was 17,100. In 1989, during the last Soviet census, the population was recorded as 15,022 (7,553 men and 7,469 women). Show Taxtako‘piron the map
JasliqJaslyk Prison is a detention facility in Karakalpakstan in north-west Uzbekistan where human rights activists and ex-inmates allege that torture is widespread. Former prisoners include Muzafar Avazov, who was allegedly boiled to death. The prison, officially known by the codename UYa 64/71, is located in a former Soviet military base once used for testing chemical warfare protection equipment. It was established in 1999. Show Jasliqon the map
NukusNukus (Uzbek: Nukus / Нукус; Karakalpak: No‘kis / Нөкис; Kazakh: Нөкіс; Russian: Нукус) is the sixth-largest city in Uzbekistan, and the capital of the autonomous Karakalpakstan Republic. It has a population of 271,400 (2010 estimate). The population of Nukus as of April 24, 2014 was approximately 230,006. The Amu Darya river passes west of the town. The city is best known for its world-class Nukus Museum of Art. Show Nukuson the map
KhŭjayliXo‘jayli also spelled as Khodjeyli and Khodzheyli (Uzbek: Xo‘jayli, Хўжaйли, خوجەيلى; Karakalpak: Хojeli, Хожели, حوجەلى, /xoˈʒeli/; Russian: Ходжейли, is a town and seat of Xo‘jayli District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. It lies 15 km southwest of Nukus, and 25 km northeast of Konye-Urgench (Turkmenistan). Xo‘jayli has a railway station on the line from Atyrau (western Kazakhstan) to Tashkent. Show Khŭjaylion the map
MŭynoqMo‘ynoq also spelled as Muynak and Moynaq (Uzbek: Mo‘ynoq / Мўйноқ; Karakalpak: Moynaq / Мойнақ; Russian: is a city in northern Karakalpakstan in western Uzbekistan. Formerly a sea port, now home to only a few thousand residents at most, Mo‘ynoq's population has been declining precipitously since the 1980s due to the recession of the Aral Sea. Show Mŭynoqon the map
QŭnghirotQo‘ng‘irot also spelled as Kungrad (Uzbek: Qo‘ng‘irot / Қўнғирот; Karakalpak: Qon‘ırat / Қоңырат; Russian: Кунград), formerly known as Zheleznodorozhny (Russian: until 1969), is a town in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan, located in the Amu Darya delta on the left bank of the river. Population: 29 810 (1989). Show Qŭnghiroton the map
ManghitMang‘it (Uzbek: Mang‘it, Манғит, مەنغىت; Karakalpak: Man'g'ıt, Маңғыт; Russian: Мангит, Mangit) is a town and seat of Amudaryo District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan.The town population in 1989 year was 22949 people. It is located on the border with Turkmenistan, near Gubadag. Show Manghiton the map
TŭrtkŭlTurtkul (Uzbek: To‘rtko‘l / Тўрткўл; Karakalpak: To‘rtku‘l / Төрткүл; Russian: Турткуль) is a city in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan. It is an administrative center of To‘rtko‘l District. Show Tŭrtkŭlon the map
Qorao‘zakQorao‘zak or Karauzyak (Uzbek: Qorao‘zak, Karakalpak: Qarao‘zek, Russian: Караузак) is an urban-type settlement and seat of Qorao‘zak District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan.The town population in 1989 year was 10 656 people. Show Qorao‘zakon the map
Bo‘stonBo‘ston or Bustan (Uzbek: Bo‘ston, Karakalpak: Bostan, Russian: Бустан) is a town and seat of Ellikqala District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan.The town population in 1989 year was 8488 people. Show Bo‘stonon the map
Qanliko‘lQanliko‘l (Uzbek: Qanliko‘l, Karakalpak: Qanlıku‘l, Russian: Канлыкуль) is an urban-type settlement and seat of Qonliko‘l District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan.The town population in 1989 year was 7303 people. Show Qanliko‘lon the map
Oqmang‘itOqmang‘it (Uzbek: Oqmang‘it, Karakalpak: Aqman‘g‘ıt, Russian: Акмангит) is a town and seat of Nukus District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan.The town population in 1989 year was 6169 people. Show Oqmang‘iton the map
ShumanayShumanay (Uzbek: Shumanay, Karakalpak: Shomanay, Russian: Шуманай) is a town and seat of Shumanay District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The town population in 1989 year was 10 513 people. Show Shumanayon the map
Kegeyli ShaharKegeyli (Uzbek: Kegeyli, Karakalpak: Kegeyli, Russian: Кегейли) is a town and seat of Kegeyli District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The town population in 1989 year was 10 867 people. Show Kegeyli Shaharon the map
TokpakotaTokmak is a city in Uzbekistan located on a peninsula on the south coast of the Aral Sea. The area has a population of around 3000. Show Tokpakotaon the map
QozonketkanQozonketkan is a town of Kegeyli District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. Show Qozonketkanon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Karakalpakstan
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KarakalpakstanKarakalpakstan (Karakalpak: Qaraqalpaqstan / officially the Republic of Karakalpakstan (Karakalpak: Qaraqalpaqstan Respublikası / is an autonomous republic within Uzbekistan. It occupies the whole northwestern end of Uzbekistan. The capital is Nukus (Noʻkis / Нөкис). The Republic of Karakalpakstan has an area of 160,000 square kilometres (62,000 sq mi). Its territory covers the classical land of Khwarezm, though in classical Persian literature the area was known as Kāt (کات).Show on map
Nukus TumaniNukus District (Uzbek: Nukus tumani, Karakalpak: No‘kis rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. Population 41,890 (1989). The capital lies at Oqmang‘it. Largely an agricultural district, the Korakalpoktomat enterprise, active in the area uses drip irrigation methods in cotton growing. Due to this, the crop capacity reaches 70 centners per hectare, which is among the country’s highest figures.Show on map
Taxtako‘pir TumaniTaxtako‘pir District (Uzbek: Taxtako‘pir tumani, Karakalpak: Taxtako‘pir rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Taxtako‘pir.Show on map
Qo‘ng‘irot TumaniQo‘ng‘irot District (Uzbek: Qo‘ng‘irot tumani, Karakalpak: Qon‘ırat rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Qo‘ng‘irot.Show on map
Qanliko‘l TumaniQonliko‘l District (Uzbek: Qonliko‘l tumani, Karakalpak: Qanlıko‘l rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Qanliko‘l.Show on map
Ellikqala TumaniEllikqala District (Uzbek: Ellikqal'a tumani, тумани, تۇمەنى; Karakalpak: Ellikqala rayonı, Елликқала районы) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Bo‘ston.Show on map
Qorao‘zak TumaniQorao‘zak District (Uzbek: Qorao‘zak tumani, Karakalpak: Qarao‘zek rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Qorao‘zak.Show on map
Amudaryo TumaniAmudaryo District (Uzbek: Amudaryo tumani, Амударё тумани, ئەمۇدەريا تۇمەنى; Karakalpak: A'mu'wda'riya rayonı, Әмүўдәрия районы) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Mang‘it.Show on map
Shumanay TumaniShumanay District (Uzbek: Shumanay tumani, Karakalpak: Shomanay rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Shumanay.Show on map
Xo‘jayli TumaniXo‘jayli District (Uzbek: Xo‘jayli tumani, Karakalpak: Xo‘jeli rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Xo‘jayli.Show on map
Kegeyli TumaniKegeyli District (Uzbek: Kegeyli tumani, Karakalpak: Kegeyli rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Kegeyli.Show on map
Chimboy TumaniChimboy District (Uzbek: Chimboy tumani, Чимбой тумани, چىمباي تۇمەنى; Karakalpak: Shımbay rayonı, Шымбай районы) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Chimboy.Show on map
Beruniy TumaniBeruniy District (Uzbek: Beruniy tumani, Беруний тумани, بېرۇنىي تۇمەنى; Karakalpak: Beruniy rayonı, Беруний районы) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Beruniy.Show on map
Mo’ynoq TumaniMo‘ynoq District (Uzbek: Mo‘ynoq tumani, Karakalpak: Moynaq rayonı) is a district of Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Mo‘ynoq.Show on map
Different buildings in Karakalpakstan
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ChimboyChimboy also spelled as Chimbay (Uzbek: چىمباي; Karakalpak: Shımbay, Шымбай; Russian: Чимбай, Čimbaj) is a town and seat of Chimboy District in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan.Show on map
Taxiatosh PristanTakhiatash (Uzbek: Taxiatosh, Karakalpak: Taxiatas, Russian: Тахиаташ) is a town in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. The city population in 2012 was 64,138 people.Show on map