Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is situated in central Asia between the Amu Darya and Syr Darya Rivers, the Aral Sea, and the slopes of the Tien Shan Mountains. It is bounded by Kazakhstan in the north and northwest, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in the east and southeast, Turkmenistan in the southwest, and Afghanistan in the south. The republic also includes the Karakalpakstan Autonomous Republic, with its capital, Nukus (1992 est. pop., 182,000). The country is about one-tenth larger in area than the state of California.


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  • Uychi (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

  • Urgench (Uzbek: Urganch/Ургeнч/ئۇرگەنج, pronounced [urgæntʃ]; Persian: گرگانج, Gorgånch/Gorgānč/Gorgânc/Gurganj) is a city in western Uzbekistan The population of Urgench on April 24, 2014 was approximately 150,110, an increase from 139,100 in 1999 It is the capital of the Khorezm Region, on the Amu Darya River and the Shavat canal

  • Samarkand (; Uzbek: Samarqand, pronounced [samarqand, –qant]; Tajik: Самарқанд; Persian: سمرقند), also known as Samarqand, is a city in southeastern Uzbekistan and among the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Central Asia There is evidence of human activity in the area of the city from the late Paleolithic Era, though there is no direct evidence of when Samarkand was founded; several theories propose that it was founded between the 8th and 7th centuries BCE Prospering from its location on the Silk Road between China and Europe, at times Samarkand was one of the largest cities of Central Asia

  • Samarkand (; Uzbek: Samarqand, pronounced [samarqand, –qant]; Tajik: Самарқанд; Persian: سمرقند), also known as Samarqand, is a city in southeastern Uzbekistan and among the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Central Asia There is evidence of human activity in the area of the city from the late Paleolithic Era, though there is no direct evidence of when Samarkand was founded; several theories propose that it was founded between the 8th and 7th centuries BCE Prospering from its location on the Silk Road between China and Europe, at times Samarkand was one of the largest cities of Central Asia

  • Jizzakh (Uzbek: Jizzax/Жиззах/جىززﻩخ, pronounced [dʒɨzzaχ]) is a city (population in 2020) and the center of Jizzakh Region in Uzbekistan, northeast of Samarkand The population of Jizzakh on 2020, was approximately 179,900

  • Fergana (Uzbek: Fargʻona/Фарғона, pronounced [farʁɒna]), or Ferghana, is the capital of Fergana Region in eastern Uzbekistan Fergana is about 420 km east of Tashkent, about 75 km west of Andijan, and less than 20 km from the Kyrgyzstan border While the area has been populated for thousands of years, the modern city was founded in 1876

  • Chust or CHUST may refer to: Chust culture, late Bronze Age and early Iron Age culture which flourished in the Fergana Valley of eastern Uzbekistan Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology, a university in Taoyuan County, Taiwan Chust (Hasidic dynasty), the name of several Hasidic dynasties Chust District, Namangan Region, Uzbekistan Chust, Uzbekistan, the capital of Chust District Chust knives, made in the Namangan Region Chust, Tajikistan, a village in Shahrinav District, Tajikistan Chust bug or Pentatomoidea, a superfamily of insects German, Czech, Slovak and Polish spelling of Khust, city in Ukraine

  • Bukhara (Uzbek: Buxoro/Бухоро, pronounced [buχɒrɒ]; Tajik: Бухоро, pronounced [buxɔːˈɾɔː]) is the fifth-largest city in Uzbekistan, with a population of 247,644 as of 31 August 2016, and the capital of Bukhara Region People have inhabited the region around Bukhara for at least five millennia, and the city has existed for half that time Located on the Silk Road, the city has long served as a center of trade, scholarship, culture, and religion

  • Besharyk (Uzbek: Beshariq/Бешариқ, Russian: Бешарык) is a town in Fergana Region, Uzbekistan It is the administrative center of Beshariq District The town population in 1989 year was 17289 people

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