Tole Bi, Shu

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Tole bi
Төле би
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Tole bi
Location in Kazakhstan
Coordinates: 43°40′36.51″N73°45′43.22″E / 43.6768083°N 73.7620056°E / 43.6768083; 73.7620056
Country Kazakhstan
Region Jambyl Region
610 m (2,000 ft)
Time zone UTC+6
Postal code
080001 - 080019
Area code(s) +7 726 38
Vehicle registration H, 08

Tole Bi (Kazakh : Төле би, Tóle bi), before 1992 — Novotroitskoe [1]  — village, the center of Shu District, Jambyl Region, Kazakhstan. The administrative center of the agricultural county Tole Bi. It is located about 7 km north of the city Shu. KATO code — 316630100. [2]


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  1. About the naming and renaming of individual administrative and territorial units of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  2. "Base KATO". Statistics Agency of Republic of Kazakhstan. Archived from the original on 2013-09-27.