Iskandar (town)

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Iskandar
Location in Uzbekistan
Coordinates: 41°33′29″N69°42′17″E / 41.55806°N 69.70472°E / 41.55806; 69.70472 Coordinates: 41°33′29″N69°42′17″E / 41.55806°N 69.70472°E / 41.55806; 69.70472
Country Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan
Province Tashkent Region
District Bostanliq District
Population (1989)
  Total26,161
Time zone UTC+5 (UZT)

Iskandar (Uzbek : Iskandar / Искандар) is a town in Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan. In 1989 the town's population was 26161 people. [1]

Uzbek language Turkic language

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Tashkent Region Region in Uzbekistan

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