Great Fergana Canal
The Great Fergana Canal was constructed in 1939 by 160,000 Uzbek and Tajik workers, and is 270 kilometers long. The main purpose of this canal was to irrigate the cotton fields of the Fergana Valley by the waters of Syr-Darya River.
Official website of Max Penson. The Construction of the Grand Fergana Canal. Retrieved 2010-11-12] The Construction of the Grand Fergana Canal 1939 Photos by Mikhail Grachev
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