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Map of Namangan district in Uzbekistan

Basic information about Namangan
Namangan Region (Uzbek: Namangan viloyati, Russian: Наманганская область) is one of the regions of Uzbekistan, located in the southern part of the Fergana Valley in far eastern part of the country. It is on the right bank of Syr Darya River and borders with Kyrgyzstan, Fergana Region, and Andijan Region. It covers an area of 7,900 km2. The population is estimated to be around 2,530,000, with over 62% of the population living in rural areas. The great river Syrdarya, the main waterway in Central Asia, starts in the territory of Namangan. Syrdarya is formed inflows of the rivers Norin and Kora Darya. The Namangan region is very rich in various natural resources. In particular, the region extracts oil in Mingbulak District and big gold and diamond deposits have been discovered in Kasansay and Pap Districts. There are also large deposits of uranium, silver, aluminum, tungsten, iron, copper, granite, and marble, among others.There are two big mountain tunnels connecting the Fergana valley with the inner city area and other regions of the country, located in the territory of Namangan.
Cities, towns & villages in Namangan
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NamanganNamangan (also in Uzbek: is a city in eastern Uzbekistan. It is the administrative, economic, and cultural center of Namangan Region. Namangan is located in the northern edge of the Fergana Valley. The city is served by Namangan Airport. Namangan is Uzbekistan's third-largest city by population. The officially registered population of the city was 475,700 in 2014. Uzbeks and Tajiks are the largest ethnic groups. Show Namanganon the map
Chust ShahriChust (Uzbek: Chust/Чуст; Tajik: Чуст; Russian: Чуст) is a city in eastern Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Chust District. The City of Chust is located in the northern corner of the Fergana Valley along the river Chustsoy. Chust is one of the oldest cities in the Fergana Valley. The Fergana automobile road passes through the city. This road connects Chust with several others places, such as the cities of Namangan, Andijan, and Fergana. Show Chust Shahrion the map
KosonsoyKosonsoy also spelled as Kasansay (Uzbek: Kosonsoy / Косонсой; Tajik: Косонсой; Russian: Касансай) or simply, Kasan, (ancient Kathan) is a town in Uzbekistan. Kosonsoy in Namangan Region is different from the town of Koson of the Qashqadaryo Region of Uzbekistan.Kosonsoy is named after the River \"Koson\" which flows from high mountains of Kyrgyzstan to Turakurgan District of Namangan Region of Uzbekistan, the word \"soy\" in Tajik and Uzbek means a \"brook\". Show Kosonsoyon the map
HazratishohKhazratsho is a village in far eastern Uzbekistan. It is located in the Namangan Province and is just across the border from Kyrgyzstan. Nearby towns and villages include Iskavat (7.3 nm), Zarkent (5.3 nm), Khozret-Ta (1.0 nm), Uluk (3.0 nm), Sarykashkar (3.2 nm), Bekabad (6.0 nm) and Padak (3.4 nm). Show Hazratishohon the map
Uchqŭrghon ShahriUchqoʻrgʻon (Russian: Учкурган, Uchkurgan) is a city and seat of Uchqoʻrgʻon District in Namangan Province in eastern Uzbekistan. In 1989 it had a population of 23,772. In 1969 Uchqoʻrgʻon was granted city status. The city has cotton-cleaning and oil-extracting factories. Show Uchqŭrghon Shahrion the map
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HaqqulobodKhakkulabad (Uzbek: Russian: is a town in Namangan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Naryn District, Uzbekistan. The town population in 1989 year was 19926 people. Show Haqqulobodon the map
To‘rqao‘rg‘onTurakurgan (Uzbek: Russian: is a town in Namangan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Turakurgan District. The town population in 1989 year was 18415 people. Show To‘rqao‘rg‘onon the map
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ChortoqChartak (Uzbek: Chortoq, Russian: Чартак) is a town in Namangan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Chartak District. Show Chortoqon the map
UychiUychi (Uzbek: Uychi/Уйчи, Russian: Уйчи) is an urban-type settlement in Namangan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Uychi District. The town population in 1989 year was 14088 people. Show Uychion the map
PopPap (Uzbek: Pop/Поп, Russian: Пап) is a town in Namangan Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Pap District. Show Popon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Namangan
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Namangan ProvinceNamangan Region (Uzbek: Namangan вилояти, نەمەنگەن ۋىلايەتى; Russian: область, Namanganskaya oblast’) is one of the regions of Uzbekistan, located in the southern part of the Fergana Valley in far eastern part of the country. It is on the right bank of Syr Darya River and borders with Kyrgyzstan, Fergana Region, and Andijan Region. It covers an area of 7,900 km2. The population is estimated to be around 2,530,000, with over 62% of the population living in rural areas. The great river Syrdarya, the main waterway in Central Asia, starts in the territory of Namangan. Syrdarya is formed inflows of the rivers Norin and Kora Darya. The Namangan region is very rich in various natural resources. In particular, the region extracts oil in Mingbulak District and big golShow on map
Namangan TumaniNamangan is a raion (district) of Namangan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Tashbulak.Show on map
Chust TumaniChust is a raion (district) of Namangan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Chust.Show on map
Uychi TumaniUychi is a raion (district) of Namangan Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Uychi.Show on map
Different buildings in Namangan
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Namangan AirportNamangan Airport (IATA: NMA, ICAO: UTFN) is an airport in Namangan, Uzbekistan.Show on map