Kara-Suu District

Kara-Suu is a raion (district) of Osh Region in south-western Kyrgyzstan. Its area is 3,616 square kilometres (1,396 sq mi), and its resident population was 348,645 in 2009.[1] The capital lies at Kara-Suu.[2]

Kara-Suu
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CountryKyrgyzstan
RegionOsh Region
Area
 • Total3,616 km2 (1,396 sq mi)
Population
 (2009)[1]
 • Total348,645
 • Density96/km2 (250/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+5 (GMT +5)

Towns, rural communities and villagesEdit

In total, Kara-Suu District include 1 town and 122 settlements in 16 rural communities (aiyl okmotus). Each rural community can consist of one or several villages. The rural communities and settlements in the Kara-Suu District are:[3]

  1. town Kara-Suu
  2. Ak-Tash aiyl okmotu (3: center - village: Ak-Tash; and also villages Jylkeldi and Barak)
  3. Jangy-Aryk aiyl okmotu (5: center - village: Jangy-Aryk; and also villages Ak-Terek, Pravda, Tash-Aryk and Uchkun)
  4. Joosh aiyl okmotu (11: center - village: Bolshevik; and also villages Agartuu, Gayrat, Zarbalik, Imeni Kalinina, Kommunizm, Kyzyl-Koshchu, Kyzyl-Saray, Madaniyat, Mamajan, Pitomnik (former Progress) and Ak-Jar)
  5. Katta-Taldyk aiyl okmotu (9: center - village: Bash-Bulak; and also villages Jangy-Turmush, Kara-Sögöt, Taldyk, Kichik, Kyzyl-Ordo, Sadyrbay, Eshme and Achy)
  6. Kashgar-Kyshtak aiyl okmotu (8: center - village: Kashgar-Kyshtak; and also villages Alga-Bas, Andijan-Makhalla, Bek-Jar, Jar-Ooz, Kenjegul, Tajik-Makhalla and Monok)
  7. Kyzyl-Kyshtak aiyl okmotu (8: center - village: Kyzyl-Kyshtak; and also villages Andijan, Bel-Kyshtak, Jangy-Kyshtak, Imeni Karla Marksa, Kommunist and Kyzyl-Bayrak)
  8. Kyzyl-Suu aiyl okmotu (4: center - village: Chaychi; and also villages Korgon, Alpordo and Talaa)
  9. Mady aiyl okmotu (11: center - village: Kyrgyz-Chek; and also villages Asanchek, Joosh, Kaarman, Laglan, Mady, Oktyabr, Sotsializm, Teeke, Uchkun and Chagyr)
  10. Nariman aiyl okmotu (14: center - village: Nariman; and also village Alim-Töbö, Beshmoynok, VLKSM, Jangy-Makhalla, Jiydalik, Karatay, Osmon, Kurankol, Kyzyl-Mekhnat, Langar, Nurdar, Jim and Tajikabad)
  11. Otuz-Adyr aiyl okmotu (8: center - village: Otuz-Adyr; and also villages Kara-Döbö, Kyzyl-Abad, Kysh-Abad, Savay-Aryk, Furkhat, Yntymak (former Chechen Maala) and Jangy-Kyzyl-Suu)
  12. Sary-Kolot aiyl okmotu (6: center - village: Sary-Kolot; and also villages Ak-Kolot, Kurban-Kara, Sherali, Prisavay and Tynchtyk)
  13. Papan aiyl okmotu (9: center - village: Papan; and also villages Ak-Terek, Alchaly, Ata-Merek, Börü, Karagur, Kojo-Keleng, Kyzyl-Tuu and Toguz-Bulak)
  14. Savay aiyl okmotu (9: center - village: Kyzyl-Shark; and also villages Keng-Say, Kechken-Jar, Kurban-Kara, Kydyrsha, Oktyabr, Yntymak, Savay and Sultan-Abad)
  15. Saray aiyl okmotu (6: center - village: Imeni Kirova; and also villages Erkin, Prisavay, Kongurat, Imeni Telmana and Miyaly)
  16. Tölöykön aiyl okmotu (5: center - village: Dyykan-Kyshtak; and also villages Kyrgyzstan, Özgür, Tölöykön and Uchar)
  17. Shark aiyl okmotu (6: center - village: Shark; and also villages Tashtak, Imam-Ata, Madaniyat, Top-Terek and Furkat)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "2009 population census of the Kyrgyz Republic: Osh Region" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 10 August 2011. Retrieved 2011-03-22.
  2. ^ Enrin.grida.no Archived 2009-08-02 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-02-09. Retrieved 2010-03-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

Coordinates: 40°42′N 72°53′E / 40.700°N 72.883°E / 40.700; 72.883