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Coordinates: 40°N 60°E / 40°N 60°E / 40; 60

Turkmenistan
Türkmenistan  (Turkmen)
Flag Emblem
Anthem: 
Garaşsyz Bitarap Türkmenistanyň Döwlet Gimni
State Anthem of Independent, Neutral Turkmenistan
Location of  Turkmenistan  (red)
Capital
and largest city
Ashgabat
37°58′N 58°20′E / 37.967°N 58.333°E / 37.967; 58.333
Official languages Turkmen[1]
Inter-ethnic
languages
Russian
Ethnic groups (2011)
  • 74% Turkmen
  • 16% Russian
  • 4% Uzbek
  • 6% others
  • Demonym Turkmen
    Government Unitary presidential republic
     •  President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
     •  Chairman of the Mejlis Akja Nurberdiýewa
    Legislature Mejlis
    Formation
     •  Khanate of Khiva 1511 
     •  Turkestan ASSR 30 April 1918 
     •  Turkmen SSR 13 May 1925 
     •  Declared state sovereignty 22 August 1990 
     •  Declared independence from the Soviet Union 27 October 1991 
     •  Recognized 26 December 1991 
     •  Current constitution 18 May 1992 
    Area
     •  Total 491,210 km2[2] (53rd)
    188,456 sq mi
     •  Water (%) 4.9
    Population
     •  2014 estimate 5,171,943[3] (117th)
     •  Density 10.5/km2 (221st)
    27.1/sq mi
    GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
     •  Total .271 billion[4]
     •  Per capita ,072[4]
    GDP (nominal) 2016 estimate
     •  Total .398 billion[4]
     •  Per capita ,479[4]
    Gini (1998) 40.8
    medium
    HDI (2014)  0.688[5]
    medium · 109th
    Currency Turkmen new manat (TMT)
    Time zone TMT (UTC+5)
    Drives on the right
    Calling code +993
    ISO 3166 code TM
    Internet TLD .tm

    Turkmenistani/tɜːrkˈmɛnᵻstæn/i/tɜːrkmɛnᵻˈstɑːn/Türkmenistan/Түркменистан/تۆركمهنيستآن[tyɾkmeniˈθːaːn]Turkmenia

    History[edit]

    Politics[edit]

    Foreign relations[edit]

    Human rights[edit]

    Restrictions on free and open communication[edit]

    Administrative divisions[edit]

    Division ISO 3166-2 Capital city Area[28] Pop (2005)[28] Key
    Ashgabat City TM-S Ashgabat 470 km2 (180 sq mi) 871,500
    Ahal Province TM-A Anau 97,160 km2 (37,510 sq mi) 939,700 1
    Balkan Province TM-B Balkanabat  139,270 km2 (53,770 sq mi) 553,500 2
    Daşoguz Province TM-D Daşoguz 73,430 km2 (28,350 sq mi) 1,370,400 3
    Lebap Province TM-L Türkmenabat 93,730 km2 (36,190 sq mi) 1,334,500 4
    Mary Province TM-M Mary 87,150 km2 (33,650 sq mi) 1,480,400 5

    Climate[edit]

    Geography[edit]

    Economy[edit]

    Natural gas and export routes[edit]

    Oil[edit]

    Energy[edit]

    Agriculture[edit]

    Tourism[edit]

    Demographics[edit]

    Largest cities[edit]

    The largest cities in Turkmenistan are

    1. Ashgabat (pop. 727,700, 2012)
    2. Türkmenabat (pop. 234,817)?
    3. Daşoguz (pop. 166,500, 2004)
    4. Mary (pop. 114,680)?
    5. Balkanabat (pop. 120,800, 2011)
    6. Bayramaly (pop. 88,486, 2009)
    7. Türkmenbaşy (pop. 73,000, 2010)
    8. Tejen (pop. 67,294)
    9. Abadan (pop.39,481)
    10. Yolöten (pop. 37,705)

    Language[edit]

    Religion[edit]

    Culture[edit]

    • Turkmen carpet (1922).

    • Turkmen carpet (1920).

    • Akhal-Teke horse
    • Yomut carpet
    • Turkmen carpet
    • Islam in Turkmenistan
    • Merv
    • Music of Turkmenistan
    • Turkmen cuisine

    Heritage[edit]

    Turkmenistan in the list of World Heritage Sites
    Image Name Location Notes Date added Type
    Ancient Merv Baýramaly, Mary Province a major oasis-city in Central Asia, on the historical Silk Road 1995 Cultural[54]
    Köneürgenç Köneürgenç unexcavated ruins of the 12th-century capital of Khwarezm 2005 Cultural[55]
    Parthian Fortresses of Nisa Bagyr, Ahal Province one of the first capitals of the Parthians 2007 Cultural[56]

    Mass media[edit]

    External video
    Example of Turkmenistan TV News

    Education[edit]

    Architecture[edit]

    Transportation[edit]

    Automobile transport[edit]

    Air transport[edit]

    Maritime transport[edit]

    Railway transport[edit]

    See also[edit]

  • Book: Turkmenistan
    • Outline of Turkmenistan
    • Index of Turkmenistan-related articles
    • Central Asian Union
    • Foreign relations of Turkmenistan
    • Geok Tepe
    • Military of Turkmenistan
    • Scouting in Turkmenistan
    • Transport in Turkmenistan

    References[edit]

    Further reading[edit]

    • Brummel, Paul (2006). Bradt Travel Guide: Turkmenistan. Bradt Travel Guides. ISBN 978-1841621449. 
    • Abazov, Rafis (2005). Historical Dictionary of Turkmenistan. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0810853621. 
    • Clammer, Paul; Kohn, Michael; Mayhew, Bradley (2014). Lonely Planet Guide: Central Asia. Lonely Planet. ISBN 978-1741799538. 
    • Hopkirk, Peter (1992). The Great Game: The Struggle for Empire in Central Asia. Kodansha International. ISBN 978-1568360225. 
    • Blackwell, Carole (2001). Tradition and Society in Turkmenistan: Gender, Oral Culture and Song. Routledge. ISBN 978-0700713547. 
    • Kaplan, Robert (2001). Eastward to Tartary: Travels in the Balkans, the Middle East, and the Caucasus. Vintage. ISBN 978-0375705762. 
    • Kropf, John (2006). Unknown Sands: Journeys Around the World's Most Isolated Country. Dusty Spark Publishing. ISBN 978-0976356516. 
    • Rall, Ted (2006). Silk Road to Ruin: Is Central Asia the New Middle East?. NBM Publishing. ISBN 978-1561634545. 
    • Theroux, Paul (28 May 2007). "The Golden Man: Saparmurat Niyazov's reign of insanity.". The New Yorker. 
    • Vilmer, Jean-Baptiste (2009). Turkménistan (in French). Editions Non Lieu. ISBN 978-2352700685. 

    External links[edit]

    • "Turkmenistan". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. 
    • Modern Turkmenistan photos
    • Turkmenistan at UCB Libraries GovPubs
    • Turkmenistan at DMOZ
    • Turkmenistan profile from the BBC News
    • Wikimedia Atlas of Turkmenistan
    • Turkmenistan travel guide from Wikivoyage
    • Key Development Forecasts for Turkmenistan from International Futures
    • Turkmenistan government information portal
    • Chief of State and Cabinet Members
    • Tourism Committee of Turkmenistan
    • "Chronicles of Turkmenistan". Publication of Turkmen Initiative for Human Rights.
    • The Turkmenistan Project – weekly news and analysis in English and Russian
    • Official photo gallery from Turkmenistan and Ashgabat
    • daily news and analysis in Turkish English and Turkmen

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkmenistan



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