What is Turkmenistan known for?
For Persian style carpets, oil, dictators and also it's known for its free gas (for cars) for Turkmen citizens.
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Answer . Turkmenistan is located in central Asia. Iran and Afghanistan are located to the south, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan are to the north, and the Caspian Sea is to the …west.
The Population of Turkmenistan is 7,000,867,342
What kind of a question is that. What do you mean by what happened in Turkmenistan?
they got an independence in 1991 ,october 27.
" 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 sch…ool are mandatory for all Turkmen. That takes students through both the primary and the secondary levels. Instruction includes the teaching of the Arabic language and of Islamic principles.
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 country's agricultural producers plant, harvest and market cotton . Because of this commitment to cotton production nationally and to cotton's role internationally, Turkmenistan is the world's tenth (10th) largest cotton producer. In the country's predominantly desert environment, water resources are important in terms of irrigation and of energy . The country's two main power-generating stations are the Hindukush Hydroelectric Station and the Mary Thermoelectric Power Station. Both help meet domestic needs and the needs of Central Asian neighbors. Other actual and power sources are based on the country's substantial reserves of natural gas and oil . Turkmenistan is considered to have the world's fourth (4th) largest reserves of natural gas. Both natural gas and oil are important exports from Turkmenistan.
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Ashgabat also known as Ashkhabad
The Republic of Turkmenistan is also known as Turkmenia (From the Russian : Ð¢ÑÑÐºÐ¼ÐµÐ½Ð¸Ñ)
none that i know of yet i dont live there
In Politics and Government
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 :/
A way to ask questions that doesn't make sense. They've been famous for it ever since.
No there are no surrounding bodies of water around Turkmenistan. Therefore there is no peninsula.
In History and Origins of Foods
Mostly from imports and rural cattle farms.