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Sokh River
The Sokh River (Russian: Сох, IPA: [ˈsox]) is a river in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan
and Uzbekistan. It takes its rise at the joint of the north slopes of Alay Mountains
Alay Mountains
and Turkestan Range
Turkestan Range
and ends in Ferghana Valley. In the past, Sokh River was a left tributary of the Syr Darya. Currently it is entirely used for irrigation. The length of the river is 124 kilometres (77 mi) with a catchment area of 3,510 square kilometres (1,360 sq mi), and normal average discharge of 42.1 cubic metres per second (1,490 cu ft/s).[1] References[edit]^ Ошская область:Энциклопедия [Encyclopedia of Osh Oblast] (in Russian). Bishkek: Chief Editorial Board of Kyrgyz Soviet Encyclopedia. 1987
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Kyrgyzstan
Coordinates: 41°N 75°E / 41°N 75°E / 41; 75Kyrgyz Republic Кыргыз Республикасы (Kyrgyz) Республика Киргизстан (Russian)FlagEmblemAnthem:  Кыргыз Республикасынын Мамлекеттик Гимни Kyrgyz Respublikasının Mamlekettik Gimni National Anthem of the Kyrgyz RepublicLocation of  Kyrgyzstan  (green)Capital and largest city Bishkek 42°52′N 74°36′E / 42.867°N 74.600°E / 42.867; 74.600Official languages[1]Kyrgyz (national and official) Russian (official)Ethnic groups (2016)73.0% Kyrgyz[2] 14.6% Uzbek 6.0% Russian 1.1% Chinese 5.3% othersReligion Islam, Christianity
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Syr Darya
The Syr Darya[2] /ˌsɪərˈdɑːrjə/ (Kazakh: Syrdari'i'a, سىردارٸيا; Russian: Сырдарья́, tr. Syrdar'ya, IPA: [sɨrdɐˈrʲja]; Persian: سيردريا‎,Sirdaryā; Tajik: Сирдарё, Sirdaryo; Turkish: Seyhun, Siri Derya; Arabic: سيحون‎: Seyḥūn; Uzbek: Sirdaryo/Сирдарё; Ancient Greek: Ἰαξάρτης, Jaxártēs) is a river in Central Asia. The Syr Darya
Syr Darya
originates in the Tian Shan
Tian Shan
Mountains in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan
and eastern Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan
and flows for 2,212 kilometres (1,374 mi) west and north-west through Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan
and southern Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
to the northern remnants of the Aral Sea. It is the northern and eastern of the two main rivers in the endorrheic basin of the Aral Sea, the other being the Amu Darya
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Uzbekistan
Coordinates: 42°N 63°E / 42°N 63°E / 42; 63 Republic
Republic
of Uzbekistan O'zbekiston Respublikasi  (Uzbek)FlagState emblem[1]Anthem:  Oʻzbekiston Respublikasining Davlat Madhiyasi State Anthem of the Republic
Republic
of Uzbeki
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[n 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position
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Kara-Suu
Kara-Suu
Kara-Suu
(Kyrgyz for "black water") is a town in Osh
Osh
Region, Kyrgyzstan, in the Fergana Valley. The town is 23 km northeast of Osh
Osh
and is the capital of Kara-Suu
Kara-Suu
District. It is a major industrial and trade center, on the border with Uzbekistan. On the other side of the border is the town Qorasuv
Qorasuv
(or Il'ichovsk)
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Turkestan Range
One of the northern extensions of the Pamir-Alay system, the Turkestan Range stretches for a total length of 340 km from the Alay Mountains on the border of Kyrgyzstan with Tajikistan to the Samarkand oasis in Uzbekistan. It runs in the east-west direction, north of the Zeravshan Range, forming the southern boundary of the Ferghana Valley in Tajikistan and Golodnaya Steppe in Uzbekistan. The highest elevations are in the east, near the border with Kyrgyzstan. The maximum elevation is the Pik Skalisty at 5,621 metres (18,442 ft). Glaciation occurs especially in the east. The southern slopes are bare cliffs and mountain steppe; the northern slopes are covered with forests
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Alay Mountains
The Alay or Alai Mountains (Kyrgyz: Алай тоо кыркасы; Russian: Алайский хребет) constitute a mountain range that extends from the Tien Shan
Tien Shan
mountain range in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan
west into Tajikistan. It is part of the Pamir-Alai mountain system. The range runs approximately east to west.[2] Its highest summit is Pik Tandykul (Russian: пик Тандыкуль), 5544 m.[3] The southern slopes of the range drain into the Vakhsh River, a tributary of the Amu Darya
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Russian Language
Russian (Russian: ру́сский язы́к, tr. rússkiy yazýk) is an East Slavic language
East Slavic language
and an official language in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan
and many minor or unrecognised territories throughout Eurasia
Eurasia
(particularly in Eastern Europe, the Baltics, the Caucasus, and Central Asia). It is an unofficial but widely spoken language in Latvia, Moldova, Ukraine
Ukraine
and to a lesser extent, the other post-Soviet states.[31][32] Russian belongs to the family of Indo-European languages
Indo-European languages
and is one of the four living members of the East Slavic languages
Slavic languages
(which in turn is part of the larger Balto-Slavic branch)
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Ysyk-Ata River
The Ysyk-Ata River
Ysyk-Ata River
(Kyrgyz: Ысык-Ата дарыясы) is a river in Ysyk-Ata District
Ysyk-Ata District
of Chuy Region
Chuy Region
of Kyrgyzstan. It is a left tributary of Chu River. The length of the river is 81 km, watershed - 558 m2,[1] weighted average elevation - 3030 m, annual average flow rate - 7.05 m3/s.[2] References[edit]^ Чүй облусу:Энциклопедия [Encyclopedia of Chuy Oblast] (in Kyrgyz and Russian). Bishkek: Chief Editorial Board of Kyrgyz Encyclopedia. 1994. p. 718
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Kochkor River
The Kochkor
Kochkor
River (Kyrgyz: Кочкор) is a river in Kochkor District of Naryn Province
Naryn Province
of Kyrgyzstan. It is formed by confluence of Karakol and Seok rivers. The river is 45 kilometres (28 mi) long, the basin area 2,590 square kilometres (1,000 sq mi), and the average annual discharge 12.6 cubic metres per second (440 cu ft/s). Chu River
Chu River
is formed by the confluence of Kochkor
Kochkor
River and Joon Aryk
Joon Aryk
near village Kochkor. [1] References[edit]^ Иссык-Куль.Нарын:Энциклопедия [Encyclopedia of Issyk-Kul and Naryn Oblasts] (in Russian). Bishkek: Chief Editorial Board of Kyrgyz Soviet Encyclopedia. 1991. p. 512
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Toshkan River
The Toshkan (or Toxkan, Kyrgyz: Какшал - Kakshal) is a river in the Tien Shan
Tien Shan
mountains in the border area between China and Kyrgyzstan. The Toshkan has its sources in the mountains south of the Kyrgyzstani city of Naryn. It then flows towards the east and into the Xinjiang
Xinjiang
province of China. It continues east, running parallel to the Tien Shan
Tien Shan
mountains, until its confluence with the Aksu River near the city Aksu
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Tar River (Kyrgyzstan)
The Tar River (Kyrgyz: Тар) is a river in Kara-Kulja District
Kara-Kulja District
of Osh Province
Osh Province
of Kyrgyzstan. It rises on the south-west slopes of Fergana Range
Fergana Range
and north slopes of Alay Mountains. The portion of the Tar River from its source to confluence with Eshegart River is known as Kegart, the portion up to mouth of Terek River is called Alaykuu River, downstream its name is Oy-Tal River, and from its confluence with Kara-Bel River it is known as Tar River. By confluence with Kara-Kulja River Tar River forms Kara Darya
Kara Darya
River. It has a length of 192 kilometres (119 mi) with a basin area of 4,420 square kilometres (1,710 sq mi).[1] References[edit]^ Basic hydrological information about rivers of Fergana Valley (in Russian)See also[edit]Osh Oblast Encyclopedia. Chief Editorial Board of Kyrgyz Soviet Encyclopedia
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Talas River
The Talas River
Talas River
(Kyrgyz, Kazakh: Талас) rises in the Talas Region of Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan
and flows west into Kazakhstan. It is formed from the confluence of the Karakol and Uch-Koshoy. It runs through the city of Taraz
Taraz
in Zhambyl Province
Zhambyl Province
of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
and vanishes before reaching Lake Aydyn. The Ili, Chu and Talas are three steppe rivers that flow west and then north-west. The Ili River
Ili River
rises in Xinjiang, flows west to a point north of Lake Issyk Kul
Issyk Kul
and then turns north-west to reach Lake Balkash. The Chu River
Chu River
rises west of Lake Issyk Kul, flows out into the steppe and dries up before reaching the Syr Darya
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On Archa River
The On Archa River (Kyrgyz: Он арча дарыясы) is a river in Naryn District
Naryn District
of Naryn Region
Naryn Region
of Kyrgyzstan. It is a right tributary of Naryn River. The length of the river is 75 km, watershed - 1570 km2, and annual average flow rate - 9.92 m3/s.[1] References[edit]^ Иссык-Куль. Нарын:Энциклопедия [Encyclopedia of Issyk-Kul and Naryn] (in Russian). Bishkek: Chief Editorial Board of Kyrgyz Encyclopedia. 1991
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