Gurbansoltan eje adyndaky

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Gurbansoltan Eje adyndaky

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Gurbansoltan Eje adyndaky
Location in Turkmenistan
Coordinates: 41°50′N59°39′E / 41.833°N 59.650°E / 41.833; 59.650 Coordinates: 41°50′N59°39′E / 41.833°N 59.650°E / 41.833; 59.650
CountryFlag of Turkmenistan.svg  Turkmenistan
Province Daşoguz Province
District Gurbansoltan Eje District
Population
 (2010)
  Total27,455
Time zone UTC+5

Gurbansoltan eje adyndaky, until 2004 called Ýylanly, is a city and capital of Gurbansoltan Eje District in Daşoguz Province, Turkmenistan. [1]

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History

In the Soviet period Ýylanly was designated a "town of urban type" (Russian : посёлок городского типа) and administrative center of Ýylanly District. On 6 September 2004 by Parliamentary Resolution 227-II it was renamed in honor of the mother of President Saparmurat Niyazov. [1] In June 2016 by parliamentary decree Gurbansoltan eje adyndaky was upgraded to the status of "city in a district" (Turkmen : etrapdaky şäher). The same decree subordinated the villages of Hazarasp, Garamergen, and Depmechi to the city. [2]

Population

Year19591970197919892010
Population5,3088,92212,20616,93627,455

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References

  1. 1 2 "TÜRKMENISTANYŇ MEJLISINIŇ KARARY №227-II. Daşoguz welaýatynyň Yylanly etrabynyň adyny üýtgetmek hakynda" (PDF) (in Turkmen). Turkmenistan Parliament. 6 August 2004. p. 47.
  2. "Изменения в административно-территориальном делении Дашогузского велаята Редакция" (in Russian). Chronicles of Turkmenistan. 17 June 2016.