Altay

  (Redirected from Altai)

Altay or Altai is a mountain range (the Altai Mountains) in East-Central Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan come together.

Altay or Altai may also refer to:

PlacesEdit

In ChinaEdit

  • Altay Prefecture (阿勒泰地区), prefecture in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China
  • Altay City (阿勒泰市), also spelled "Aletai", a city of Altay Prefecture

In KazakhstanEdit

  • Altai Town, a town of regional significance in East Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan, until 2019 known as Zyryan or Zyryanovsk

In MongoliaEdit

In RussiaEdit

Language and ethnic groupEdit

PeopleEdit

Other usesEdit

  • Altai, a historical novel by Wu Ming
  • Altay sheep, a sheep breed
  • Altay S.K., a football club from İzmir, Turkey
  • Altay (tank), a Turkish main battle tank (2012) named after Fahrettin Altay
  • Altai gas pipeline, a proposed natural gas pipeline between Russia and China
  • Altai, soviet pre-cellular radiotelephone service

See alsoEdit