Gämi

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Gämi
Gämi and its agricultural land can be seen to the south-east of Ashgabat from space
Gämi and its agricultural land can be seen to the south-east of Ashgabat from space
Gämi is located in Turkmenistan
Gämi
Gämi
Location in Turkmenistan
Coordinates: 37°54′23″N 58°28′10″E / 37.90639°N 58.46944°E / 37.90639; 58.46944Coordinates: 37°54′23″N 58°28′10″E / 37.90639°N 58.46944°E / 37.90639; 58.46944
Country  Turkmenistan
Province Ahal Province
District Annau District

Gämi is a village and suburb on the southeastern outskirts of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, approximately 5 kilometres from the city centre. It is located in Annau District in Ahal Province and lies on the M37 highway which connects Ashgabat to Annau.

The local economy is based around cotton, wheat and vegetable production. The state policy provides tax-free land and water, fertilizers and agricultural equipment services at privileged prices to farmers in the village[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ambassador Jacobson Visits Akhal Welayat’s Production and Agricultural Sites" (PDF). United States Mission in Turkmenistan. August 2004. Retrieved November 1, 2009. 

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