Muminobod District

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Mu'minobod District
Ноҳияи Мӯъминобод
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Mu'minobod  District is located in Tajikistan
Mu'minobod  District
Mu'minobod District
Mu'minobod District Location in Tajikistan
Coordinates: 38°06′32.3″N 70°01′37.9″E / 38.108972°N 70.027194°E / 38.108972; 70.027194Coordinates: 38°06′32.3″N 70°01′37.9″E / 38.108972°N 70.027194°E / 38.108972; 70.027194
Country Flag of Tajikistan.svg Tajikistan
Province Khatlon
Capital Mu'minobod
Area
 • Land 2,387 km2 (922 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 72 300
 • Ethnicities Flag of Tajikistan.svgTajik
 • Languages Tajik-Persian
Website tj

Mu'minobod District or Nohiya-i Mu'minobod (Tajik: Ноҳияи Мӯъминобод/Persian: ناحیۀ مومن آباد‎‎) is a district in Khatlon province, Tajikistan. Its capital is Mu'minobod, in Soviet times, from 1973 − 1997, known as Leningradskiy.

Geography[edit]

This district is situated in the mountainous southeastern part of Khatlon, Kulob region, and is bordering Afghanistan. The district spans 2,387 square kilometers, and consists of five jamoats.[1]

History[edit]

The district was established in 1973 within Kulob.[2]

Subdivisions[edit]

The Mu'minobod District is devided into 7 Jamoats:[3]

(Jamoats) Parts of Mu'minobod District [4]
Parts Population No. of villages
Dehbaland 11470
Kulchashma 17086
Bogai 7961
Tutu 7279
Balhobi 8315
Childukhtaron
Leningrad 11131

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