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List Of Places In Kazakhstan
This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total. * ► Populated places in Kazakhstan by region‎ (14 C) C ► Cities and towns in Kazakhstan‎ (11 C, 106 P) F ► Former populated places in Kazakhstan‎ (1 C, 2 P) M ► Mining communities in Kazakhstan‎ (1 P) ► Municipal coats of arms in Kazakhstan‎ (1 P)Pages in category "Populated places in Kazakhstan" The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total
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List Of Cities In Kazakhstan
As of March 2017, the share of Kazakhstan's urban population is 53%. Kazakhstan's modernization program and innovative development path are expected to accelerate the country's urbanization processes resulting in increased share of urban population from 53% to 70% by 2030.[1]Provinces and main cities of KazakhstanThe following is a list of cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants in Kazakhstan. The names of many places have been changed during the last century, sometimes more than once
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List Of Renamed Cities In Kazakhstan
The following is the list of cities in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
that underwent a name change in the past.Yasi → Shavgar (?) → Turkestan (Kazakh: Түркістан) (?) Novopetrovskoye → Fort Alexandrovsky (1857) → Fort-Shevchenko (1939) Ayakoz → Sergiopol (1860) → Ayagoz
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Alakol, Kazakhstan
Alakol or Ala-Kol (Алаколь, Alakolʹ) is the name of several places in Kazakhstan:Alakol, Almaty Province Alakol, Amangeldi District, Kostanay Province 50°29′53″N 65°07′40″E / 50.4981°N 65.1279°E / 50.4981; 65.1279 Alakol, Denisov District, Kostanay Province 53°16′35″N 65°07′40″E / 53.2763°N 65.1279°E / 53.2763; 65.1279 Alakol, Pavlodar Province 54°04′35″N 75°54′27″E / 54.0763°N 75.9076°E / 54.0763; 75.9076 Alakol, West Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Province 49°37′51″N 53°40′27″E / 49.6308°N 53.6743°E / 49.6
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Alexeyevka, Kazakhstan
Alexeyevka is a town in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
located on the Tuolba River at 60°17′N 124°0′E / 60.283°N 124.000°E / 60.283; 124.000. It has an elevation of 44.4 metres.This Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
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Begaly
Coordinates: 49°49′57″N 55°13′14″E / 49.83250°N 55.22056°E / 49.83250; 55.22056Begaly Бегалы Бегалы بەگالىBegalyCoordinates: 50°57′39″N 56°46′56″E / 50.96083°N 56.78222°E / 50.96083; 56.78222Country  KazakhstanRegion AktobeElevation 177 m (581 ft)Time zone West Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Time (UTC+5) • Summer (DST) West Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Time (UTC+5)Begaly[1] (Russian: Бегалы, Begaly, Kazakh: Бегалы, Begalı, بەگالى) is a town in Aktobe
Aktobe
Region, west Kazakhstan. It lies at an altitude of 177 m (581 ft).[1] References[edit]^ a b "Begaly, Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
- P PPL 610364". GeoNames
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Bolgarka
Coordinates: 49°38′56″N 56°31′48″E / 49.64889°N 56.53000°E / 49.64889; 56.53000Bolgarka Болгарка Болгарка بولگاركاBolgarkaCoordinates: 49°38′56″N 56°31′48″E / 49.64889°N 56.53000°E / 49.64889; 56.53000Country  KazakhstanRegion AktobeDistrict Alga DistrictElevation 241 m (791 ft)Time zone West Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Time (UTC+5) • Summer (DST) West Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Time (UTC+5)Bolgarka[1] (Russian: Болгарка, Bolgarka, Kazakh: Болгарка, Bolgarka, بولگاركا) is a selo in Alga District, Aktobe
Aktobe
Region, west Kazakhstan. It lies at an altitude of 241 m (791 ft).[1] Population: 480 (2009 Census results);[2] 922 (1999 Census results).[2] References[edit]^ a b "Bolgarka, Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
- P PPL 610247". GeoNames
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Kayrakty
Coordinates: 50°39′58″N 58°29′06″E / 50.66611°N 58.48500°E / 50.66611; 58.48500Kayrakty КайрактыKayraktyCoordinates: 50°39′58″N 58°29′06″E / 50.66611°N 58.48500°E / 50.66611; 58.48500Country  KazakhstanRegion AktobeDistrict Kargaly DistrictElevation 343 m (1,125 ft)Time zone West Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Time (UTC+5) • Summer (DST) West Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Time (UTC+5) Kayrakty
Kayrakty
(until 2007 Borodinovka,[1] Russian: Бородиновка, Borodinovka) is an aul (a rural locality) in Kargaly District, Aktobe Region, Kazakhstan. It lies at an altitude of 343 m (1,125 ft).[1] Population: 134 (2009 Census results);[2] 563 (1999 Census results).[2] References[edit]^ a b "Borodinovka, Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
- P PPL 610216". GeoNames
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Kengir
Kengir is a village in central Kazakhstan. During the Soviet era, a prison labor camp of Steplag division of Gulag
Gulag
in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
was set up adjacent to it. The camp, which was situated near the central- Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
city of Dzhezkazgan, near the Kara- Kengir River, and held approximately 5,200[1] prisoners, was the scene of a notable prisoner uprising in the summer of 1954 (see Kengir uprising). After the camp was closed, a large automotive depot was placed there. See also[edit]Vorkuta uprising List of Gulag
Gulag
campsNotes[edit]^ Formozov, N.A. Kengir: 40 days and 50 years. Memorial’s newspaper “30 October” 2004. #44 p. 4.; State Archive of Russian Federation (SA RF). F. 9414. Op. 1. D. 229. pp. 21, 173, 270; SA RF. F. 9414. Op. 1. D. 285. p. 309References[edit]Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr (1976)
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Koktobe
Koktobe (Kazakh: Коктобе) refers to several inhabited localities in Kazakhstan.Rural localitiesKoktobe, Almaty Province, a selo in Eskeldi District
Eskeldi District
of Almaty Province Koktobe, Pavlodar Province, a selo and the administrative center of May District in Pavlodar ProvinceThis article includes a list of related items that share the same name (or similar names). If an internal
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Sary-Ozek, Jambyl Region
Sary-Ozek (Kazakh: Сары-Озек) is a village in the Moiynkum District of the Jambyl Region
Jambyl Region
of Kazakhstan. References[edit]Coordinates: 44°35′28″N 72°09′48″E / 44.5911°N 72.1633°E / 44.5911; 72.1633This Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
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Tatti, Merki District
Tatti (Kazakh: Тәтті) is a village located in the Merki
Merki
District, Jambyl region, Kazakhstan. It serves the administrative center of the Tatti village district. The village is situated 40 kilometers north of the district centre Merki, and is surrounded by hills from all sides. The postal code of Tatti is 080517. Population[edit] According to the 2009 census, 1174 people lived in Tatti, 589 men and 585 women.[1] References[edit]^ Итоги Национальной переписи населения Республики Казахстан 2009 года (Report). Агенство Республики Казахстан по Статистике
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Tyuratam
Tyuratam (Kazakh: Төретам, (Töretam); Russian: Тюратам, (Tyuratam)) is a station on the main Moscow
Moscow
to Tashkent
Tashkent
railway, located in Kazakhstan. The name is a word in the Kazakh language
Kazakh language
and means "Töre's grave"; Töre, or more formally, Töre-Baba, was a noble, a descendant of Genghis Khan. Tyuratam is near the Baikonur Cosmodrome, a Russian – formerly Soviet – spaceport, and near the city of Baikonur
Baikonur
(formerly Leninsk), which was constructed to service the cosmodrome. History[edit] In the mid 1950s, the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
announced that space activities were being conducted from the Baykonur Cosmodrome, which was assumed to be near the city of Baykonur, in the Kazakh SSR
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Wasij
Wasij was a village near Farab
Farab
in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
and the birthplace of the Central Asian scientist Farabi. References[edit]This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)This Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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