Kadamjay District

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Kadamjay
Raion
Kyrgyzstan Kadamjay Raion.png
Country Kyrgyzstan
Province Batken Province
Seat Pulgon
Population (2009)
 • Total 143,900
Time zone GMT +5 (UTC+5)

Kadamjay District (Kyrgyz: Кадамжай району; Russian: Кадамжайский район) is a district (raion) in Batken Province, in south-western Kyrgyzstan.:[1] The district capital lies at Pulgon. Its population in 2005 was approximately 30,000. The largest town of the district, the town of Kadamjay, is located between the cities of Khaidarkan (Aidarken) and Kyzyl-Kiya.

The district is thought to have the second largest mercury-antimony deposit in the world.[2] Kadamjay Antimony Factory is one of the biggest factories in Kyrgyzstan. Khaidarkan Mercury Plant, built in 1942, was reported, as of 2005, to produce 300 to 600 metric tons of mercury per year.

Ak-Su (white river) is the river which passes through Kadamjay. Jiydelik lake is a favorite picnic spot.

Towns, rural communities, and villages[edit]

In total, Kadamjay District include 4 urban-type settlements and 103 villages in 11 rural communities (aiyl okmotus). The rural communities and settlements in the Kadamjay District are:[3]

  1. urban-type settlement Aidarken
  2. urban-type settlement Chauvay
  3. urban-type settlement Sovetskoe
  4. urban-type settlement Kadamjay
  5. Ak-Turpak aiyl okmotu (Jany-Jer, Ak-Turpak, Kalacha, Kara-Tumshuk, Kyzyl-Korgon, Otukchu, Sary-Kamysh, Tokoy, Chogorok, Chong Kara, Jash-Tilek, Orukzar, Ming-Chinar, and Kelechek)
  6. Alga aiyl okmotu (Alga, Adyr, Sak-Sak, Shyrban, Chunkur-Kyshtak, and Jany-Chek)
  7. Birlik aiyl okmotu ( Ormosh, Bel', Jal, Jany Korgon, Kichi Aydarken, Molo, Sur, Syrt, Teskey, Eshme, and Chechme)
  8. Absamat Masaliev aiyl okmotu (Kara-Debe, Olagysh, Kakyr, Kojo, Kon, Alysh, Tash-Korgon and Leskhoz)
  9. Kotorma aiyl okmotu (Kyzyl Bulak, Ak-Kiya, Gayrat, Jalgyz-Bulak, Kara-Oot, Kara-Shoro, Kesken-Tash, Keterme, Tamasha, and Langar)
  10. Maidan aiyl okmotu (Kara-Jygach, Austan, Kara-Kyshtak, Karool, Kerege-Tash, Maydan, Pum, Kara-Dobo, Isfayram, Sary-Altyn, Bak, Jany-Abad, and Akimbek)
  11. Markaz aiyl okmotu (Markaz, Arpa-Say, Dostuk, Kek-Talaa, Mayak, and Pyldarak)
  12. Orozbek aiyl okmotu (Orozbekovo, Kuldu, Tash-Kyya, Pulgon, and Chal-Tash)
  13. Uch-Korgon aiyl okmotu (Uch-Korgon, Valyakish, Kakyr, Kalacha, Kaltak, Sulaymanabad, Raz'ezd, Sukhana, Chauvay, Boz, Kambarabad, and Tajik Kyshtak)
  14. Khalmion aiyl okmotu (Khalmion, Baymaala, Gulduromo, Jayny-Aiyl, Joshuk, Irilek, Kek-Tal, Kurulush, Noogardan, Tah-Dobo, Yntymak, Chekelik, and Shady)
  15. Kyrgyz-Kyshtak aiyl okmotu ( Kyrgyz-Kyshtak, Kojo-Korum, Kaytpas, and Byurgendyu)

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Coordinates: 40°07′N 71°44′E / 40.117°N 71.733°E / 40.117; 71.733