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Map of Navoiy district in Uzbekistan

Basic information about Navoiy
Navoiy Region (Uzbek: Navoiy viloyati, Навоий вилояти) is one of the regions of Uzbekistan. It is located in the central north/northwest of the country. The Kyzyl-Kum desert takes up a large portion of its territory, which is the largest of the regions of Uzbekistan (the autonomous Karakalpakstan Republic is still larger at 160,000 km2). The Navoiy region borders with Kazakhstan, Samarqand Region, Buxoro Region and the Karakalpakstan Republic. It covers an area of 110,800 km2. The population is estimated to be around 932,793 (2008), with some 60% living in rural areas. The region is named after Ali-Shir Nava'i. Navoiy region is divided into 8 administrative districts. The capital is Navoiy (pop est 128,000). Other towns include Kyzyltepa, Nurata, Uchkuduk, Zarafshan, and Yangirabad. The climate is a typically semi-desert continental climate. Navoiy region has significant natural resources, especially natural gas, petroleum, and precious metals, plus raw materials for construction. The region's economy is heavily dependent on large mining, metallurgical and chemical production complexes. The Navoi and Zarafshan mines produce some of the world's purest gold. Leading agricultural products are cotton and Karakul sheep. Some 90% of the entire area is considered potentially rich agricultural land, if a source of water for irrigation can be located.
Cities, towns & villages in Navoiy
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ZarafshanZarafshan (Uzbek: Zarafshon / Зарафшон; Russian: Зарафшан) is a city of over 68,000 inhabitants (2009) in the center of Uzbekistan's Navoiy Region. Located in the Kyzylkum desert, it receives water from the Amudarya by a 220-km pipeline. Zarafshan Airport (IATA: AFS) is served by Uzbekistan Airlines with direct daily flights to and from Tashkent. Show Zarafshanon the map
NavoiyNavoiy also spelled as Navoi (Uzbek: Navoiy / Навоий; Russian: Навои) is a city (pop 125,800 in 2007) and the capital of Navoiy Region in the southwestern part of Uzbekistan. It is located at latitude 40° 5' 4N; longitude 65° 22' 45E, at an altitude of 382 meters. The city is named after Ali-Shir Nava'i. Show Navoiyon the map
Uchquduq ShahriUchkuduk (Uzbek: Uchquduq / Учқудуқ; Russian: Учкудук) is a city (pop est 27,000) in the north of Navoiy Region, Uzbekistan. The city's name means \"three draw-wells\" in Uzbek. It is located at 42°9′24″N 63°33′20″E / 42.15667°N 63.55556°E, at an altitude of 193 meters in the middle of the Kyzyl Kum. Show Uchquduq Shahrion the map
OqqulaAkkula, alternate names being Ak-Kul' and Ak-Kulya, is a locality in Nurata District, Navoiy Region of Uzbekistan. The settlement in within the relative vicinity of Aydar Lake. Show Oqqulaon the map
TomdibuloqTamdibulok (sometimes written Tamdibulak, Tamdybulak, or Tomdibuloq) is a town and seat of Tamdy District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. Show Tomdibuloqon the map
NurotaNurata (Uzbek: Nurota / Нурота; Tajik: Нурато; Russian: Нурата) is a town and seat of Nurata District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. Show Nurotaon the map
KonimexKanimekh (Uzbek: Russian: Канимех) is an urban-type settlement and seat of Kanimekh District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. The town population in 1989 year was 7750 people. Show Konimexon the map
KarmanaKarmana (Uzbek: Karmana / Кармана, Russian: Кармана) is an urban-type settlement and seat of Navoiy District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan.The town population in 1989 year was 16 767 people. Show Karmanaon the map
YangirabotYangirabad (Uzbek: Yangirabod / Янгирабод, Russian: Янгирабад) is a town and seat of Khatyrchi District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. The town population in 1989 year was 11364 people. Show Yangiraboton the map
BeshrabotBeshrabot (Uzbek: Russian: Бешрабат) is a village and seat of Navbakhor District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. Show Beshraboton the map
QiziltepaKyzyltepa (Uzbek: قىزىلتېپه; Russian: Кызылтепа) is a town and seat of Kyzyltepa District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. The population was 9884 people in 1989. The name translates to “Red hill”. Show Qiziltepaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Navoiy
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Navoiy ProvinceNavoiy Region (Uzbek: Navoiy viloyati, Навоий вилояти, نەۋاىي وىلايەتى) is one of the regions of Uzbekistan. It is located in the central north/northwest of the country. The Kyzyl-Kum desert takes up a large portion of its territory, which is the largest of the regions of Uzbekistan (the autonomous Karakalpakstan Republic is still larger at 160,000 km2). The Navoiy region borders with Kazakhstan, Samarqand Region, Buxoro Region and the Karakalpakstan Republic. It covers an area of 110,800 km2. The population is estimated to be around 932,793 (2008), with some 60% living in rural areas. The region is named after Ali-Shir Nava'i.Show on map
Navbakhor TumaniNavbakhor District is a district of Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Beshrabot.Show on map
Uchkuduk DistrictUchkuduk District is a district of Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Uchkuduk.Show on map
Different buildings in Navoiy
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UchquduqUchkuduk (Uzbek: Uchquduq / Учқудуқ; Russian: Учкудук) is a city (pop est 27,000) in the north of Navoiy Region, Uzbekistan. The city's name means \"three draw-wells\" in Uzbek. It is located at 42°9′24″N 63°33′20″E / 42.15667°N 63.55556°E, at an altitude of 193 meters in the middle of the Kyzyl Kum.Show on map