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Basic information about Sirdaryo
Sirdarya Region (Uzbek: Sirdaryo viloyati, Сирдарё вилояти) is one of the regions of Uzbekistan, located in the center of the country on the left bank of Syr Darya River. It borders with (Kazakhstan), Tajikistan, Tashkent Region, and Jizzakh Region. It covers an area of 5,100 km², and is mostly desert, with the Starving Steppe taking up a significant part of the region's area. The population is estimated to be around 648,100.
Cities, towns & villages in Sirdaryo
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YangiyerYangiyer (Uzbek: Yangiyer / Янгиер; Russian: Янгиер) is a city (1991 pop. 29,600) in Sirdaryo Region, Eastern Uzbekistan. It was established in 1957 as part of the grand Soviet project to cultivate the naturally saline virgin lands of Golodnaya Steppe, a vast area of about 10,000 square kilometres in Eastern Uzbekistan. The shortage of irrigation water was the main problem hindering the development of agriculture in the area. The city has several plants including a plant of building materials (комбинат pipe plant завод), asphalt plant Show Yangiyeron the map
GulistonGuliston also spelled as Gulistan (Uzbek: Guliston / Гулистoн; Russian: Гулистан), formerly known as Mirzachul (Russian: Мирзачуль, until 1961), is the capital of Sirdaryo Region in eastern Uzbekistan. It lies in the southeastern part of the Mirzachül (formerly Golodnaya) steppe, 75 miles (120 km) southwest of Tashkent. It has an approx. population of 77,300. The main industry in the area is cottonpicking. Show Gulistonon the map
ShirinShirin is a city in Sirdaryo Region of Uzbekistan. Shirin is administratively designated as a city of regional significance. Near Shirin, there is Syrdarya Power Plant and Farkhad Dam. Population: 14,000 (2004 estimate). Show Shirinon the map
SirdaryoSirdaryo also spelled as Syrdarya (Uzbek: Sirdaryo / Сирдарё; Russian: Сырдарья) is a city in Sirdaryo Region of Uzbekistan. It serves as the administrative center of Sirdaryo District. Show Sirdaryoon the map
BaxtBaxt (Baht) is a town in Sirdaryo District of Sirdaryo Region in Uzbekistan. The estimated population in 1968 was 9,100. Show Baxton the map
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PaxtaobodPakhtaabad (Uzbek: Russian: Пахтаабад) is an urban-type settlement in Sirdaryo Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Sardoba District. The town population in 1989 year was 10196 people. Show Paxtaobodon the map
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XovosKhavast (Uzbek: Xovos, Russian: Хаваст) is an urban-type settlement in Sirdaryo Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Khavast District. Show Xovoson the map
States, regions, administrative units in Sirdaryo
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SirdaryoSirdarya Region (Uzbek: Sirdaryo viloyati, Сирдарё вилояти) is one of the regions of Uzbekistan, located in the center of the country on the left bank of Syr Darya River. It borders with (Kazakhstan), Tajikistan, Tashkent Region, and Jizzakh Region. It covers an area of 5,100 km², and is mostly desert, with the Starving Steppe taking up a significant part of the region's area. The population is estimated to be around 648,100.Show on map
Sirdaryo TumaniSirdaryo is a raion (district) of Sirdaryo Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Sirdaryo.Show on map
BayautBayaut is a raion (district) of Sirdaryo Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Bayaut.Show on map