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Also called Turkmenia, Turkmenistan is a Turkic state in Central Asia with an area of 188,456 sq mi, making it the world’s 52nd biggest country. It has the fourth biggest reserves of natural gas resources in the world.
Ashgabat (Aşgabat) is the capital city of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, Ashgabat is located in Ahal Province. It shares its importance in that province with Anau (Änew), which is the province's capital city. It started out as a village founded by Russians in 1881.…
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Daugava, Mārupīte.
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land of turks
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Turkmenistan was once ruled by Russia and was under their communist form of government. Today Turkmenistan has a democratic government system in place.
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Afganistan, Hindustan, Kazakhistan, Kyrgystan, Pakistan, Turkmeinistan,Uzbekistan, Tajakistan
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Turkestan is an ancient name for the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, the term traces its origins to the geographers of ancient Persia. But the term never was limited to either the ancient frontier or the modern borders of Turkmenistan. The term actually referred to the lan…
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Yes, Turkestan is the name by which the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan was called. Specifically, Turkmenistan is one of the modern and ancient areas in which Turkish-speaking peoples lived. The modern-day Asian/European country of Turkey and such modern Central Asian Turkic states as Tur…
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Asia and Europe are the continents that claim Turkestan. Specifically, the word "Turkestan" means "Land of the Turks." The use of the term traces back to the geographers of ancient Persia. It includes not just modern-day Turkmenistan, but all of the Asian countries and the Asian/European country of…
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The Turkmen new manat is the national currency of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, the manat originally was introduced as the country's national currency on November 1, 1993. It replaced the Russian ruble. What now is known as the old manat was replaced by the Turkmen n…
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Turkmenistan is bordered by Kazakhstan to the North West, Uzbekistan to the North East, Afghanistan to the South East and Iran to the South West.Afghanistan,Iran,Kazakhstan andUzbekistan
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"Türkmenistan Republikasy" is the Turkmen equivalent of "Turkmenistan." Specifically, the phrase "Türkmenistan Republikasy" means "Republic of Turkmenistan." The word "Türkmenistan" comes from ancient Persian and translates into English as "Land of the Turks." The pronunciation is "tyoork-meh-ne…
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The money crises and all of the kids and familys and such.
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Amphibians, birds, crustaceans, fish, insects, mammals, reptiles and spiders find representation among the animals and desert- and mountain-style vegetation are included among the plants of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, birds include such endangered species as flamin…
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Vegetables, melons and meat are the main foods and green tea, gatyk and chal are the main drinks of the people of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, a fried dish called "plov" and flat bread are what the Turkmen tend to eat everyday. The dish includes mutton with carrots …
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The big desert in Turkmenistan is called Garagum (gahr.uh.goom.)Also spelled Karakum.
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None. As Turkestan is a region and not a country, it has no proper capital. Turkestan is a region composed of four countries in their entirety: Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan, the southern part of Kazakhstan, the northern portion of Afghanistan, and the Xinjiang Autonomous Pr…
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yes still flying
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"Mandatory and universal" is the way in which education is self-described in the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, the first ten (10) years of school are mandatory for all Turkmen. That takes students through both the primary and the secondary levels. Instruction includes th…
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Cotton production, desert lands, exports of electrical power, and reserves of natural gas and oil are what the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan is known for. Specifically, the largely desert land of Turkmenistan is irrigated to support agricultural production. At least half of all of the …
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Most of Turkmenistan is made up of the Garagum or Karakum Deserts. Garagum is the Turkmen word for "Black Sands".
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No they are separate countries. Turkmenistan is a former republic of the USSR.
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Turkmen Manat
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the turkenistan is an urban country
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The official name is symply Turkmenistan.
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Usa had a federal republic government, but has traces of a democracy. Turkmenistan has a flat out republic. Is it that hard?
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Yes, they share a common border.
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Five Provinces and one Capital City District
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Merhaba! Benim adım...! is a Turkish equivalent of the English phrase "Hello! My name is...! The introduction translates literally into English as "Hello! My name...!" The pronunciation will be "MER-ha-ba bey-neem a-dihm" in Turkish.
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No 90% of there water is poisonous.
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middle Asia
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You have to be 18 to vote in Turkmenistan.
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ito ay matatagpuan sa hilagang asya!
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Muslim=89% Eastern Orthodox= 9% Unknown=2% Source: cia.gov
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Ashgabat also known as Ashkhabad
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It is the capital of Turkmenistan. (transliterated from Russian, the spelling is Ashkhabad).
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they speak turkmen language
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80% desertsome mountainous
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Historically, most of Turkestan was controlled by the Russian Empire and its successor, the Soviet Union. With the fall of the Soviet Union, the various Turkic republics became independent. Now the largest foreign occupier of Turkestan is the People's Republic of China, which still controls East Tur…
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Russia is the nation of which the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan was a recent part. Specifically, Turkmenistan and Russia were both part of the former Soviet Union. In fact, Turkmenistan was one of the very last of the republics to secede during the dismantling of the former Soviet Unio…
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yes inteligent,spiritual,ambitious
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Desert in Turkmenistan
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The major body of water along the western boundaries of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan is the CASPIAN SEA.
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21.8 (births per 1000 persons)...
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Uzbekistan is the country that is located between Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan. Specifically, Uzbekistan shares its southern border with Turkmenistan. It shares its northern and western borders with Kazakhstan. But despite its location, it does not prevent Turkmenistan from sharing its north-northwe…
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Turkmenistan is Turkish and Persian in origin meaning "land of the Turkmens".
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Gurbanguly Mälikgulyýewiç Berdimuhamedow
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Turkmenistan has 188,456 square miles of total area.
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TURKMENISTAN
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The first merchants to market turkey birds came from Algeria, which was then part of the Ottoman Turkish Empire. As they seem to come from "Turkey", they were given that name.
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none that i know of yet i dont live there
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Kac yasindasin=how old are you? you reply (your age) example 28 yasindayim
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the answer is: Turkic languages, basic divide into western and eastern Turkic languages, almost 50 types of "dialects", they are all part of Altai language family, same as for example Mongolian or Korean language
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Ashgabat (previously called/spelled Ashkhabad) is the capital of Turkmenistan, a former Soviet Socialist Republic.
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u got ur grammer rong it should be how did turkministan get their freedom -.-
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october 27th 1991
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oh how i wish i knew but sorry i dont know i am looking for the answer i still have not found it tell me if you find it :/
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Turkey is in between the middle east and Europe it is next to 7 country's which are Greece Syria Iraq Iran Azerbaijan Armenia and Georgia also it is next to the black sea Egean sea which goes through the Greek islands and Turkey is next to the Mediterranean sea.
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No, Turkmenistan is not a member of the European Union.
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Mainly Germany, but also UK and Iran are common
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No, it's not.
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No. In fact, Article 135 of the Criminal Code outlaws male homosexuality.
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we own the world muhaahahaha muahahaha
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STAN means "Stalker Fan"
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37° 56′ 0″ N, 58° 22′ 0″ E37.933333, 58.366667
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No there are no surrounding bodies of water around Turkmenistan. Therefore there is no peninsula.
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There are many common surnames in Turkmenistan. One example is Niyazov. Other examples would include Kusmirowicz as well as Pilapo, Puntjar, and Petelei.
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Baklava is sold in ashgabat, turkmenistan.
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Turkmenistan is country code +993.
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Telephone country codes never begin with zero. Country code +993, dialed as 00 993 from many places, is Turkmenistan. Country code +93, dialed as 009 93 from many places, is Afghanistan. To avoid confusion, it is best to write an international telephone number in correct international format, …
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Country code +993 (dialed as 00 993 from many places) is Turkmenistan in central Asia. The capital, Ashgabat, is in area code +993 1, and most numbers in Ashgabat begin with +993 1 2. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the …
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Salam (sah-lam )
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Turkmenistan's capital is Ashgabat, which is in the southwest of the country.
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The traditional sports are Horse Riding and falconry. Soccer is a popular team game.
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Turkmenistan is declared permenantly neutral.The country has proposed projects of gas exports to China , Pakistan , India. The country is supported by US. The country still depends on Russia for its gas exports but wants to venture in to other trade routes like the TAPI pipeline. There were disputes…
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Gurbanguly Berdimuhammedov is the second and current president of Turkmenistan.
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It is unclear what the question is asking. If it is asking what countries/regions would be part of Turkistan, they would be Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Xinjiang (part of China).
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You must file for a visa, registration fee, and travel permits which may include a letter of invitation in order to be approved for your trip. It's very difficult for Americans to get into Turkmenistan just like it is for travel to North Korea, also keep in mind to keep all documents with you at all…
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Turkmenistan National Space Agency was created in 2011.
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Turkmenistan Cup was created in 1993.
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Military of Turkmenistan was created in 1992.
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Turkmenistan manat was created in 1993.
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National Olympic Committee of Turkmenistan was created in 1990.
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Assembly of Turkmenistan was created in 1938.
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