Sokuluk District

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Sokuluk District
Сокулук району
The border to Sokuluk rayon from Alamüdün rayon along the Osh–Bishkek highway
The border to Sokuluk rayon from Alamüdün rayon along the Osh–Bishkek highway
Coat of arms of Sokuluk District
CountryKyrgyzstan
RegionChüy Region
Area
 • Total2,550 km2 (980 sq mi)
Population
 (2021)[1]
 • Total194,579
 • Density76/km2 (200/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+6

Sokuluk (Kyrgyz: Сокулук району; Russian: Сокулукский район) is a district of the Chüy Region in northern Kyrgyzstan. Its area is 2,550 square kilometres (980 sq mi),[2] and its resident population was 194,579 in 2021.[1] The administrative seat lies at Sokuluk village.[3]

Population[edit]

Historical population
YearPop.±% p.a.
1970104,508—    
1979117,084+1.27%
1989131,923+1.20%
1999136,124+0.31%
2009159,231+1.58%
2021194,579+1.68%
Note: resident population; Sources:[2][1]

Rural communities and villages[edit]

In total, Sokuluk District includes 1 town and 68 settlements in 19 rural communities (ayyl aymagy). Each rural community includes one or several villages. The rural communities and settlements in the Sokuluk District are as follows:[3][4]

  1. town Shopokov
  2. Asylbash (seat: Asylbash; incl. Kirov)
  3. At-Bashy (seat: Manas; incl. Ak-Jol, Lesnoye and Tört-Köl)
  4. Birinchi May (seat: Birinchi May; incl. Natsionalnoye and Panfilov)
  5. Frunze (seat: Frunze; incl. Komsomol, Ozernoye and Studencheskoye)
  6. Gavrilovka (seat: Gavrilovka; incl. Jangarach, Romanovka and Shalta)
  7. Jangy-Jer (seat: Jangy-Jer; incl. Verkhnevostochnoye, Zapadnoye, Zelenoye and Nizhnevostochnoye)
  8. Jangy-Pakhta (seat: Jangy-Pakhta; incl. Ak-Kashat, Zarya, May and Mirny)
  9. Kamyshanovka (seat: Kamyshanovka)
  10. Kaynazarova (seat: Chat-Köl; incl. Belek and Tüz)
  11. Krupskaya (seat: Sokuluk; incl. Jakynky Aral, Alysky Aral and Birinchi May)
  12. Kün-Tuu (seat: Kün-Tuu; incl. Dostuk, Kichi-Shalta, Shalta and Chong-Jar)
  13. Kyzyl-Tuu (seat: Kyzyl-Tuu; incl. Kara-Sakal, Malovodnoye, Novoye and Tokbay)
  14. Novopavlovka (seat: Novopavlovka; incl. Uchkun)
  15. Orok (seat: Jal; incl. Jogorku Orok, Kaltar, Kashka-Bash, Tömönkü Orok, Plodovoye, Sarban and Selektsionnoye)
  16. Saz (seat: Saz; incl. Konush)
  17. Sokuluk (seat: Sokuluk)
  18. Tömönkü Chüy (seat: Tömönkü Chüy; incl. Mirnoye, Sadovoye, Severnoye, Stepnoye and Taltak)
  19. Tösh-Bulak (seat: Tösh-Bulak; incl. Börülü and Chetindi)
  20. Voyenno-Antonovka (seat: Voyenno-Antonovka)
Sokuluk District is located in Kyrgyzstan Chuy Region Sokuluk District
Manas
Manas
Lesnoye
Lesnoye
Tört-Köl
Tört-Köl
Börülü
Börülü
Chetindi
Chetindi
Gavrilovka
Gavrilovka
Jangarach
Jangarach
Verkhnevostochnoye
Verkhnevostochnoye
Zapadnoye
Zapadnoye
Zelenoye
Zelenoye
Nizhnevostochnoye
Nizhnevostochnoye
Jangy-Pakhta
Jangy-Pakhta
Ak-Kashat
Ak-Kashat
Zarya
Zarya
May
May
Mirny
Mirny
Asylbash
Asylbash
Kirovskoye
Kirovskoye
Kün-Tuu
Kün-Tuu
Dostuk
Dostuk
Kichi-Shalta
Kichi-Shalta
Shalta (Kuntuu)
Shalta (Kuntuu)
Chong-Jar
Chong-Jar
Sokuluk (Kr.)
Sokuluk (Kr.)
Jakynky Aral
Jakynky Aral
Birinchi May
Birinchi May
Kara-Sakal
Kara-Sakal
Novoe
Novoe
Tokbay
Tokbay
Mirnoye
Mirnoye
Sadovoye
Sadovoye
Severnoye
Severnoye
Stepnoye
Stepnoye
Taltak
Taltak
Uchkun
Uchkun
Saz
Saz
Konush
Konush
Kashka-Bash
Kashka-Bash
Tömönkü Orok
Tömönkü Orok
Plodovoye
Plodovoye
Kaltar
Kaltar
Jogorku Orok
Jogorku Orok
Jal
Jal
Sarban
Sarban
Birinchi May
Birinchi May
Natsionalnoye
Natsionalnoye
Panfilov
Panfilov
Frunze
Frunze
Komsomol
Komsomol
Ozernoye
Ozernoye
Studencheskoye
Studencheskoye
Belek
Belek
Tuz
Tuz
Map of the inhabited part of the Sokuluk District

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Population of regions, districts, towns, urban-type settlements, rural communities and villages of Kyrgyz Republic" (XLS) (in Russian). National Statistics Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic. 2021. Archived from the original on 10 November 2021.
  2. ^ a b "2009 population and housing census of the Kyrgyz Republic: Chüy Region" (PDF) (in Russian). National Statistics Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic. 2010. pp. 13, 16.
  3. ^ a b "Classification system of territorial units of the Kyrgyz Republic" (in Kyrgyz). National Statistics Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic. May 2021. pp. 77–80.
  4. ^ List of Rural Communities of Kyrgyzstan Archived 2010-02-09 at the Wayback Machine

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