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Basic information about Toshkent
Tashkent Region (Uzbek: Toshkent viloyati, Тошкент вилояти) is a viloyat (region) of Uzbekistan, located in the northeastern part of the country, between the Syr Darya River and the Tien Shan Mountains. It borders with Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Sirdaryo Region and Namangan Region. It covers an area of 15,300 km². The population is estimated to be around 4,450,000.
Cities, towns & villages in Toshkent
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ChirchiqChirchiq also spelled as Chirchik (Uzbek: Chirchiq / Чирчиқ; Russian: Чирчик) is a city (1999 pop. 145,600) in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan, about 32 km northeast of Tashkent, along the Chirchiq River. Chirchiq lies in the Chatkal Mountains.The population of Chirchiq on April 24th 2014 is approximately 167,842. It is located at latitude 41° 28' 8N; longitude 69° 34' 56E, 582 meters above sea level. The city was founded in 1935, when several local villages grew together as a consequence of the construction of a hydroelectric power station on the Chirchiq River. Show Chirchiqon the map
OlmaliqOlmaliq also spelled as Almalyk (Uzbek: Olmaliq / Олмалиқ; Russian: Алмалык) is a city (2004 pop est 138,000) in the Tashkent Region of central Uzbekistan, approximately 65 km east of Tashkent. It is located at latitude 40° 50' 41N; longitude 69° 35' 54E; at an altitude of 585 meters. Show Olmaliqon the map
AngrenAngren (Uzbek: Russian: Ангрен; Tajik: Ангрен) is a city in eastern Uzbekistan. The city is located on the Angren River 70 mi (110 km) to the east of Tashkent. The City of Angren was created in 1946 from the villages of Jigariston, Jartepa, Teshiktosh, and Qoʻyxona which had emerged in the rich Angren coal basin during World War II. Still, Angren has retained some of its industrial importance. The city is home to a once considerable and still functioning coal mining industry. It also has a large industry, a rubber processing plant, and a power station. Show Angrenon the map
YangiyŭlYangiyo‘l also spelled as Yangiyul (Uzbek: Yangiyo‘l / Янгийўл; Russian: Янгиюль) is a 13th city (after 12 region centres) in Uzbekistan's Tashkent Region, 20 km from the city of Tashkent. It has a population of about 60,000 people. Industry in the area includes textiles and paper. In recent years, the city has had an outbreak of HIV, most prevalent among users of injected drugs like heroin. \n* Bekzod Sagdullaev Show Yangiyŭlon the map
BekobodBekabad (Uzbek: Russian: Бекабад), formerly Begovat, is a city in eastern Uzbekistan. It lies along both banks of the Syr Darya River near Uzbekistan's border with Tajikistan. Bekabad originally arose in connection with a cement plant. It received the status of a city in 1945. Until 1964, the city was known as Begovat. Bekabad underwent rapid industrialization during the Soviet era. It has retained some of its industrial importance. Bekabad is home to a large steel mill and a cement factory. The Farkhad Dam and Farkhad Hydroelectric Plant lie just upstream from the city. Show Bekobodon the map
YangiobodYangiabad is a city located in the Angren municipality of Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. The village has only three sources of drinking water. The village was previously the site of Kolkhoz (collective farms), but currently there are only farmers and workers. The farmers file quarterly reports to the mayor of Fergana Region. Every year the government sets a new plan for the year, and the plan for each farmer will be different depending on how much land the farmer holds. Show Yangiobodon the map
KelesKeles is a satellite town, located 2 kilometers north-northwest from Tashkent, Uzbekistan. It has a population of about 25,000. It is also administrative center of Zangiota district (tuman) of Tashkent Region (viloyat). The Kalas river flows into the Chirchik River. Show Keleson the map
ChorwoqChorvoq or Charvak is a settlement in Bostanliq District, Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan, located on the Chirchiq River. The town is 575 metres above sea level and lies adjacent to Lake Charvak, an irrigation and hydroelectric facility. Show Chorwoqon the map
TŭytepaToytepa (Uzbek: To'ytepa / Тўйтепа; Russian: Тойтепа; literally \"Joy Mount\") is a town in the Region of Tashkent (Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan). The population of the town is estimated at 21,000. Show Tŭytepaon the map
KyzyldzharChimgan or Chimgon (Uzbek: Chimgon; Kazakh: Шымған; Russian: Чимган) is a ski resort located in a mountain range named Tian Shan, near Chirchiq, Uzbekistan. Show Kyzyldzharon the map
KrasnogorskiyKrasnogorsk is a town in Tashkent Region of Uzbekistan. It was founded in Soviet times in 1953 as Krasnogorsky. 19,176 people live in the town as of 2011. Show Krasnogorskiyon the map
IskandarIskandar (Uzbek: Iskandar / Искандар) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. The town population in 1989 year was 26161 people. Show Iskandaron the map
SalorSalar (Uzbek: Salor) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. The town population in 1989 year was 25521 people. Show Saloron the map
ZafarOlmazar (also spelled Olmazor) is one of 11 districts (tuman) of Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. Show Zafaron the map
Do‘stobodDo‘stobod (Uzbek: Russian: Дустабад), until 1991 Soldatskiy is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the capital of Quyi Chirchiq District. Show Do‘stobodon the map
OhangaronOkhangaron (Uzbek: Russian: Ахангаран) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Okhangaron District. Show Ohangaronon the map
G‘azalkentGazalkent (Uzbek: Russian: Газалкент) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Bostanliq District. Show G‘azalkenton the map
GulbahorGulbakhor (Uzbek: Russian: Гульбахор) is an urban-type settlement in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the capital of Yangiyol District. The town population in 1989 year was 9814 people. Show Gulbahoron the map
Oqqo‘rg‘onAkkurgan (Uzbek: Russian: Аккурган) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Akkurgan District. Show Oqqo‘rg‘onon the map
PiskentPiskent (Uzbek: Piskent, Russian: Пскент) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the capital of Piskent District. The town population in 1989 year was 24405 people. Show Piskenton the map
ParkentParkent (Uzbek: Parkent, Russian: Паркент) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the capital of Parkent District. Show Parkenton the map
ChinozChinaz (Uzbek: Chinoz/Чиноз, Russian: Чиназ) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the administrative center of Chinaz District. Show Chinozon the map
QibrayQibray (Uzbek: Qibray, Russian: Кибрай) is an urban-type settlement in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. It is the capital of Qibray District. Show Qibrayon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Toshkent
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Toshkent ViloyatiTashkent Region (Uzbek: Toshkent viloyati, Тошкент вилояти) is a viloyat (region) of Uzbekistan, located in the northeastern part of the country, between the Syr Darya River and the Tien Shan Mountains. It borders with Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Sirdaryo Region and Namangan Region. It covers an area of 15,300 km². The population is estimated to be around 4,450,000.Show on map
Quyi Chirchiq TumaniQuyi Chirchiq is a raion (district) of Tashkent Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Dustobod.Show on map
Piskent TumaniPiskent is a raion (district) of Tashkent Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Piskent.Show on map
Parkent TumaniParkent is a raion (district) of Tashkent Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Parkent.Show on map
Qibray TumaniQibray is a raion (district) of Tashkent Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Qibray.Show on map
Bŭka TumaniBuka is a raion (district) of Tashkent Region in Uzbekistan. The capital lies at Buka.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Toshkent
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Chorvoq Suv OmboriLake Charvak (Uzbek: Chorvoq; from Chor bogh, \"four gardens\" in Persian) is a water reservoir in Bostanliq District in the northern part of Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan, separating Ugam (north), Pskem (east), and Chatkal (south) ranges. The reservoir was created by erecting a 168 m (551 ft) high stone dam (Charvak Hydropower Station) on the Chirchiq River, a short distance downstream from the confluence of Pskem, Ko'ksu and Chatkal rivers in the western Tian Shan mountains, which provide the main volume of water. Currently the confluence cannot be seen and all three rivers discharge directly into Charvak. The reservoir capacity is 2 km3 (0.48 cu mi).Show on map