Results for: Tajikistan

In US Presidents

Who is the President of Tajikistan?

Emomali Rahmon is the President of Tajikistan. Rahmon has been the leader of the country since 1992 November 20, when he was the Chairman of the Supreme Assembly of Tajiki (MORE)
In Mountains

Which is the biggest peak in Tajikistan?

The highest peak in Tajikistan is Ismoil Somoni Peak, originally known as Communism Peak. It is 7,495 m high and lies in the Pamir Mountains.
In History of Science

What is the Climate of tajikistan?

The climate of Tajikistan is generally, subtropical, continental,and semiarid with few dessert areas. The temperature in summers is30-40 degrees above zero and in winters it i (MORE)
In Tajikistan

What do they wear in tajikistan?

the men wear a black or colorful cotton robe. and the women wear silk dresses. most are wearing modern clothing now
In Tajikistan

What are tajikistan goods?

the goods of tajikistan is the fruit, the bread, the food, the mountains(if you like them) and the nature, plus in my opinion: the frendly people.
In Tajikistan

What are facts about tajikistan?

the interesting facts about tajikistan is its nature, the country having only 6% land and 94% of its area covered with mountain, it having cold winters and really hot summers. (MORE)
In Tajikistan

What is Tajikistan known for?

tajikistan is mainly known for it's mountains because 94% of the country is filled with mountains.
In Tajikistan

What is the climate in Tajikistan?

Tajikistan is primarily mountainous, the river valleys are irrigated for farming making them more green. Portions of the south near it's border with Afghanistan are desert. I (MORE)
In Countries, States, and Cities

Is tajikistan a state?

It is an independent country and a member of the CIS-the Commonwealth of Independent States. It is a former Soviet republic.
In Political Office Holders

Who was the President of Tajikistan in 2011?

Emomali Rahmon was the President of Tajikistan in 2011. Rahmon has been the leader of the country since 1992 November 20, when he was the Chairman of the Supreme Assembly (MORE)