It is the capital of Turkmenistan. (transliterated from Russian, the spelling is Ashkhabad).
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In 2008, Turkmenistan's main exports' included goods and services such as: gas, textiles, crude oil, cotton fiber and petrochemicals. At the time, Turkmenistan's main import / export partners were Ukraine, Turkey and Iran. However, Eastern Europe now imports a significant amount of gas, fuel and...
Turkmenistan was once ruled by Russia and was under their communistform of government. Today Turkmenistan has a democratic governmentsystem in place.
For Persian style carpets, oil, dictators and also it's known for its free gas (for cars) for Turkmen citizens.
Ashhabad (Ashgabat, Ashkhabad) known as Poltoratsk between 1919 and1927, is the capital and the largest city of Turkmenistan inCentral Asia, situated between the Karakum Desert and the Copet Dagmountain range.
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Historically, most of Turkestan was controlled by the RussianEmpire and its successor, the Soviet Union. With the fall of theSoviet Union, the various Turkic republics became independent. Nowthe largest foreign occupier of Turkestan is the People's Republicof China, which still controls East...
This site seems to be 'the' major web site for music of Turkmenistan - http://www.turkmenmusic.com/
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...
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To answer the question, Azerbaijan 284 km, Belarus 959 km, China (southeast) 3,605 km, China (south) 40 km, Estonia 294 km, Finland 1...
The major body of water along the western boundaries of Kazakhstanand Turkmenistan is the CASPIAN SEA .
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That country is Afghanistan, which is located just south ofTurkmenistan and Uzbekistan; Iran is also south of Turkmenistan andUzbekistan. Turkmenistan is located south of Uzbekistan,Afghanistan is located south of Turkmenistan.
The Republic of Turkmenistan is also known as Turkmenia (From the Russian : Ð¢ÑÑÐºÐ¼ÐµÐ½Ð¸Ñ)
There are some African countries that are probably more unknown than Turkmenistan.
Afghanistan borders Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Specifically, Afghanistan is to the east of Iran. It is to the south of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Additionally, it is to the southwest of China and to the north of Azad Kashmir and Pakistan.
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...
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Afghanistan is the country that borders Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Specifically, Afghanistan shares its western border with Iran. It shares its northern border with Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. It shares its southern border with Pakistan. Additionally...
Turkmenistan is Turkish and Persian in origin meaning "land of theTurkmens".
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It was part of USSR ("Russia") until 1991. Now it is an independent state.
Turkmenistan has 188,456 square miles of total area.
Turkmenistan Time zone - 5 hours ahead of GMT.
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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Turkestan doesn't formally exist - it's a name for the entire territory of people who speak Turkic languages, which spans over many countries, including parts of Western China. Turkmenistan is also one of these countries. Turkmenistan is a country in Central Asia, which was one of the republics of...
According to the CIA World Factbook, Muslims constitute 89% of the population while 9% of the population are followers of the Eastern Orthodox Church and the remaining 2% religion is reported as non-religious. However, according to a 2009 Pew Research Center report, 93.1% of Turkmenistan's...
Many people do not know this, but Turkmenistan is heavily influenced by religion. Formerly being controlled by the Soviet Union, many of the communistic views remain in their government. Religious Literature is forbidden in Turkmenistan. Islam was extremely hurt during communism, but is now gaining...
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Ashgabat (previously called/spelled Ashkhabad) isthe capital of Turkmenistan, a former Soviet Socialist Republic.
Turkmenistan ( Turkmen : TÃ¼rkmenistan ; also known as Turkmenia ) is a Turkic country in Central Asia . The name Turkmenistan is derived from Persian , meaning "land of the Turkmen ". The name of its capital, Ashgabat , derived from Persian as well, loosely translating as "the city of...
Ashgabat is the capital and the largest city of Turkmenistan incentral Asia. Tashkent is the capital and largestcity of Uzbekistan. It is located in northeastern Uzbekistannear Uzbekistan's border with Kakakstan.
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Both Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan border Caspian Sea, as well as they border each other.
It also runs between Uzbekistan.
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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.
Now Turkmenistan has no uranium working mines; only prospections.
in a clockwise direction, from north to south: Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Kazakhstan
Turkmenistan is a third world country. It lacks most medicines and proper nutrition for infants.
Turkmenistan is more of Central Asia, its a border line for the middle east.
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No, Turkmenistan is not a member of the European Union.
The Population of Turkmenistan is 7,000,867,342
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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 Turkmen is the official language of Turkmenistan. Although the official language is...
No. In fact, Article 135 of the Criminal Code outlaws male homosexuality.
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