Tokoldosh

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Tokoldosh
Токольдош
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Tokoldosh
Coordinates: 42°51′55″N74°38′34″E / 42.86528°N 74.64278°E / 42.86528; 74.64278 Coordinates: 42°51′55″N74°38′34″E / 42.86528°N 74.64278°E / 42.86528; 74.64278
Country Kyrgyzstan
Region Bishkek City
District Oktyabr District
Elevation
788 m (2,585 ft)

Tokoldosh is a housing estate in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. It is part of the Oktyabr District. [1]

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References

  1. "2009 population and housing census of the Kyrgyz Republic: Bishkek City" (PDF) (in Russian). National Statistics Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic. 2010. p. 157.