List of cities in Turkmenistan

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Map of Turkmenistan
Aşgabat, capital of Turkmenistan

This is a list of the main towns and cities in Turkmenistan. For a full list of settlements see the list of cities, towns and villages in Turkmenistan.

List[edit]

Main cities[edit]

All figures are accurate as of 2010 (estimate), and provincial capitals are shown in bold.

City Population Province
1 Aşgabat 947,221 Aşgabat (city)
2 Türkmenabat[1] 279,765 Lebap
3 Daşoguz 245,872 Daşoguz
4 Mary 126,141 Mary
5 Serdar[2] 93,692 Balkan
6 Baýramaly 91,713 Mary
7 Balkanabat 90,149 Balkan
8 Tejen 79,324 Ahal
9 Türkmenbaşy[3] 73,803 Balkan
10 Magdanly[4] 68,133 Lebap
11 Abadan[5] 42,868 Ahal
12 Atamurat[6] 39,602 Lebap
13 Ýolöten 38,936 Mary
14 Konye-Urgench 35,386 Daşoguz
15 Anau 30,042 Ahal
16 Hazar 29,131 Balkan
17 Gurbansoltan Eje[7] 27,451 Daşoguz
18 Gumdag 27,408 Balkan
19 Baharly[8] 25,065 Ahal
20 Gazojak 25,043 Lebap
21 Bereket[9] 23,762 Balkan
22 Boldumsaz 23,728 Daşoguz
23 Gökdepe 21,465 Ahal
24 Saýat 21,160 Lebap
24 Seýdi 21,160 Lebap
26 Kaka 20,218 Ahal
27 Tagta 18,660 Daşoguz
28 Farap 17,277 Lebap
29 Gubadag 17,118 Daşoguz
30 Akdepe 15,898 Daşoguz
31 Murgap 15,724 Mary
32 Serhetabat [10] 15,713 Mary

Other cities[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.
  1. ^ formerly Chardzhev
  2. ^ formerly Gyzylarbat
  3. ^ formerly Krasnovodsk
  4. ^ formerly Gowurdak
  5. ^ formerly Büzmeýin
  6. ^ formerly Kerki
  7. ^ formerly Ýylanly
  8. ^ formerly Bäherden
  9. ^ formerly Gazanjyk
  10. ^ formerly Guşgy

External links[edit]

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