Urgench (Uzbek: Urganch/Урганч; Persian: گرگانج / Gorganch) is a city (1999 pop. 139,100) in western Uzbekistan. The population of Urganch on April 24th 2014 is approximately 150,110. It is the capital of the Khorezm Province, on the Amu Darya Rive…
Latitude and longitude of Beruniy
Beruniy (Uzbek: Beruniy/Беруний; Karakalpak: Biruniy/Бируний; Russian: Беруни) is a small city in the Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan. It is located on the northern bank of the Amu Darya near Uzbekistan's border with Turkmenistan. The city is the seat of Beruniy District. Historically, Beruniy was known as Kath (Arabic/Persian: کاث; modern Uzbek: Kos) and served as the capital of Khwarezm during the Afrighid dynasty. In 1957, it was renamed "Beruniy" in honor of the medieval scholar and polymath Al-Biruni who was born here.
Latitude: 41° 41' 28.00" N
Longitude: 60° 45' 9.00" E
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Urgench International Airport (IATA: UGC, ICAO: UTNU) is an airport in Urgench, Uzbekistan.
Turtkul (Uzbek: To‘rtko‘l / Тўрткўл; Karakalpak: To‘rtku‘l / Төрткүл; Russian: Турткуль) is a city in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan.
Xorazm Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Urgench, Uzbekistan. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Xorazm FK Urganch.
Xonqa (Uzbek: Xonqa, Russian: Ханка) is a town and seat of Xonqa District in Xorazm Province in Uzbekistan.