Mirzo Ulugbek

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Mirzo Ulugbek

Mirzo Ulug'bek
Location of Mirzo Ulugbek
Country Uzbekistan
MunicipalityTashkent
Established1981
Area
 • Total31.9 km2 (12.3 sq mi)
Population
 (2009)[1]
 • Total245,200
 • Density7,700/km2 (20,000/sq mi)

Mirzo Ulugbek (also spelled Mirzo Ulug'bek or Mirza Ulugbeg) is one of 11 districts (tuman) of Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. It was named after the astronomer, mathematician and sultan Ulugh Beg.

Overview[edit]

Mirzo Ulugbek is located in the northeastern part city. It was established in 1981 as Kuybyshev,[2] after the Russian revolutionary leader Valerian Kuybyshev.

Mirzo Ulugbek borders the districts of Yunusabad and Yashnobod, and is adjacent to Tashkent Province.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b (in Russian) Statistics of the subdivisions of Tashkent
  2. ^ Sadikov, A C; Akramob Z. M., Bazarbaev, A., Mirzlaev T.M., Adilov S. R., Baimukhamedov X. N., et al. (in Russian) (72x112). Geographical Atlas of Tashkent (Ташкент Географический Атлас) (2 ed.). Moscow. p. 64.

External links[edit]

Media related to Districts of Tashkent at Wikimedia Commons


Coordinates: 41°19′46″N 69°20′51″E / 41.3294°N 69.3475°E / 41.3294; 69.3475