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At-Bashy

Ат-Башы
At-Bashy is located in Kyrgyzstan
At-Bashy
At-Bashy
Coordinates: 41°10′12″N 75°48′0″E / 41.17000°N 75.80000°E / 41.17000; 75.80000Coordinates: 41°10′12″N 75°48′0″E / 41.17000°N 75.80000°E / 41.17000; 75.80000
CountryKyrgyzstan
RegionNaryn Region
DistrictAt-Bashy District
Population
(2009)[1]
 • Total10,764
 de jure population
Livestock market in At-Bashy

At-Bashy is a village in the Naryn Region of Kyrgyzstan, about 35km southwest of Naryn on the main highway to the Torugart Pass. It is the seat of At-Bashi District. The At-Bashy Range to the south extends to Lake Chatyr-Kul. The At-Bashy River comes in from the east and then runs northwest through a gorge in the Baybiche-Too range to join the Naryn River near Dostuk. It is the last considerable settlement before the Chinese border. The highway, built in 1906, runs southwest between the Baybache-Too and At-Bashy ranges before turning south and then east to reach the pass. As of 2009 it has a population of 10,764.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "2009 population census of the Kyrgyz Republic: Naryn Region" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 March 2012. Retrieved 2016-06-15.

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