Districts of Kazakhstan

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Districts of Kazakhstan

The regions of Kazakhstan are divided into 170 districts (pl. Kazakh : аудандар, audandar). The districts are listed below, by region:






East Kazakhstan





North Kazakhstan



West Kazakhstan


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