Sokuluk District

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Sokuluk District

Сокулук району
The border to Sokuluk rayon from Alamüdün rayon along the Osh-Bishkek highway
The border to Sokuluk rayon from Alamüdün rayon along the Osh-Bishkek highway
Kyrgyzstan Sokuluk Raion.png
CountryKyrgyzstan
RegionChuy Region
Area
 • Total2,550 km2 (980 sq mi)
Population
 (2009)[1]
 • Total159,231
 • Density62/km2 (160/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+5 (GMT +5)

Sokuluk District (Kyrgyz: Сокулук району; Russian: Сокулукский район) is a raion (district) of the Chuy Region in northern Kyrgyzstan. Its area is 2,550 square kilometres (980 sq mi), and its resident population was 159,231 in 2009.[1] The capital lies at Sokuluk village.[2]

Rural communities and villages[edit]

In total, Sokuluk District include 1 town and 68 settlements in 19 rural communities (aiyl okmotus). Each rural community includes one or several villages. The rural communities and settlements in the Sokuluk District are as follows:[3]

  1. town Shopokov
  2. At-Bashi aiyl okmotu (4: center - village: Manas; and also villages Ak-Jol, Lesnoe and Tört-Köl)
  3. Tösh-Bulak aiyl okmotu (3: center - village: Tösh-Bulak; and also villages Börülü and Chetindi)
  4. Voenno-Antonovka aiyl okmotu (1: center - village: Voyenno-Antonovka)
  5. Gavrilovka aiyl okmotu (4: center - village: Gavrilovka; and also villages Jylamysh, Romanovka and Shalta)
  6. Jangy-Jer aiyl okmotu (5: center - village: Jangy-Jer; and also villages Verkhnevostochnoye, Zapadnoye, Zelenoye and Nizhnevostochnoye)
  7. Jangy-Pakhta aiyl okmotu (5: center - village: Jany-Pakhta; and also villages Ak-Kashat, Zarya, Mayskoye and Mirny)
  8. Kamyshanovka aiyl okmotu (1: center - village: Kamyshanovka)
  9. Asylbash aiyl okmotu (2: center - village: Asylbash; and also village Kirovskoye)
  10. Kuntuu aiyl okmotu (5: center - village: Kuntuu; and also villages Dostuk, Malaya Shalta, Shalta and Chong-Jar)
  11. Imeni Krupskoy aiyl okmotu (4: center - village: Sokuluk; and also villages Jakynky Aral, Chetki Aral and Pervoye Maya)
  12. Kyzyl-Tuu aiyl okmotu (5: center - village: Kyzyl-Tuu; and also villages Kara-Sakal, Malovodnoye, Novoe and Tokbay)
  13. Nizhnechuyskoe aiyl okmotu (6: center - village: Nizhnechuyskoye; and also villages Mirnoye, Sadovoye, Severnoye, Stepnoye and Taltak)
  14. Novopavlovka aiyl okmotu (2: center - village: Novopavlovka; and also village Uchkun)
  15. Saz aiyl okmotu (2: center - village: Saz, and also village Konush)
  16. Orok aiyl okmotu (8: center - village: Jal; and also villages Verkhny Orok, Kaltar, Kashka-Bash, Nizhniy Orok, Plodovoye, Sarban and Selektsionnoye)
  17. Pervomayskoe aiyl okmotu (3: center - village: Pervomayskoe; and also villages Natsionalnoye and Imeni Panfilova)
  18. Sokuluk aiyl okmotu (1: center - village Sokuluk)
  19. Frunze aiyl okmotu (4: center - village: Imeni Frunze, and also villages Komsomolskoye, Ozernoye and Studencheskoye)
  20. Imeni Kaynazarovoy aiyl okmotu (3: center - village: Chat-Köl; and also villages Belek and Tuz)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2009 population census of the Kyrgyz Republic: Chuy Region" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 10 August 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-10.
  2. ^ Enrin.grida.no
  3. ^ List of Rural Communities of Kyrgyzstan Archived 2010-02-09 at the Wayback Machine

Coordinates: 42°51′09″N 74°13′16″E / 42.8526°N 74.221°E / 42.8526; 74.221