|Highest point||1700 m|
|Lowest point||1450 m|
|Area||160 km2 (62 sq mi)|
|Geology||Pleistocene alluvium rocks|
The Kichi-Kemin Valley (Kyrgyz: Кичи-Кемин өрөөнү) is located in the east part of Chuy Valley in north Kyrgyzstan between mountains Kastek and Kemin. The middle part of the valley is flat, and the western part – terraced plain. There are a number of settlements located in the valley: Boroldoy, Imeni Il'icha, Ak-Tuz, Beysheke, etc.
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