Jumgal District

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Kyrgyzstan Jumgal Raion.png
Country Kyrgyzstan
Region Naryn Region
 • Total 4,803 km2 (1,854 sq mi)
Population (2009)
 • Total 40,718
 • Density 8.5/km2 (22/sq mi)
Time zone GMT +5 (UTC+5)

Jumgal is a raion (district) of Naryn Region in central Kyrgyzstan. The capital lies at Chaek.[1] Its area is 4,803 square kilometres (1,854 sq mi), and its resident population was 40,718 in 2009.[2] The river Jumgal is situated in this district,[3] it is a tributary of Kökömeren River, the latter is tributary to Naryn river.

Populated places[edit]

In total, Jumgal District include 13 rural communities (aiyl okmotus). Each rural community includes one or several villages. The rural communities in Jumgal District and settlements are as follows:[4][5]

  1. Ming-Kush rural community (center - Min-Kush, and also village Kyzyl-Seok)
  2. Bash-Kuugandy aiyl okmotu (center - village Bash-Kuugandy)
  3. Jany-Aryk aiyl okmotu (center - village Jany-Aryk, and also villages Bazar-Turuk, Kyzart, Kyzyl-Emgek)
  4. Jumgal aiyl okmotu (center - village Jumgal, and also village Lama)
  5. Kabak aiyl okmotu (center - village Tabylgyty, and also villages Aral, Keng-Suu, Kotur-Suu, Kyzyl-Korgon, Sary-Bulung, Tabylgy)
  6. Kök-Oy aiyl okmotu (center - village Kök-Oy, and also village Kichi-Aral)
  7. Bayzak aiyl okmotu (center - village Bayzak)
  8. Kuyruchuk aiyl okmotu (center - village Kuyruchuk)
  9. Chong-Dobo aiyl okmotu (center - village Chong-Döbö)
  10. Tyugol-Say aiyl okmotu (center - village Tyugol-Say, and also Epkin)
  11. Suyumbay aiyl okmotu (center - village Tash-Dobo)
  12. Chaek aiyl okmotu (center - village Chaek, and also villages Ak-Tatyr, Besh-Terek)
  13. Kyzyl-Jyldyz aiyl okmotu (center - village Kyzyl-Jyldyz)


  1. ^ Enrin.grida.no Archived 2009-08-02 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "2009 population census of the Kyrgyz Republic: Naryn Region" (PDF). Archived from the original on 25 October 2012. Retrieved 2016-06-15. 
  3. ^ Svetlana Jacquesson, « Au cœur du Tian Chan : histoire et devenir de la transhumance au Kirghizstan », Cahiers d’Asie centrale [En ligne], 11/12 | 2004, mis en ligne le 23 juin 2009, Consulté le 19 janvier 2010. URL : http://asiecentrale.revues.org/index700.html
  4. ^ List of Rural Communities of Kyrgyzstan
  5. ^ 2012 Law on the transformation of individual urban settlements of the Kyrgyz Republic and relating them to the category of village or city

Coordinates: 41°55′N 74°30′E / 41.917°N 74.500°E / 41.917; 74.500