Is Turkmenistan in Turkey?
No, its a former soviet republic. it lies in the Asian continent, flanked by the Caspian Sea in the west and surrounded by Iran, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
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Ashgabat ( A Ågabat ) is thecapital city of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, Ashgabat is located in Ahal Province. It shares itsimportance in that province with Anau ( Ãnew ), which is theprovince's capital city. It started out as a village founded byRussians in 1881. In fact, it temporarily was named Poltoratskduring the period 1919-1927. Under the Soviets, the name of thecity was Ashkhadbad before being named Ashgabat under theindependent Turkmenistani government.
Answer . Turkmenistan is located in central Asia. Iran and Afghanistan are located to the south, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan are to the north, and the Caspian Sea is to the west.
It is right in the middle of the world connecting Europe and Asia. Answer Turkey is a bridge between Asia and Europe. It is surroundedby the Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea, Sea of Marmara and he BlackSea. Turkey also borders Greece, Bulgaria, Iran, Iraq, Syria,Armenia, Russia, and Georgia and the capital of Turkey is Ankara, Turkey. Geographically, the border between Asia and Europe is theBosphorus, a strait of water that joins the Mediterranean Sea tothe Black Sea. This runs right through the city of Istanbul.Therefore, both Istanbul and the whole nation of Turkey are both inAsia and Europe. The majority is actually in Asia. But politically, Modern Turkey considers itself to be an activeEuropean Nation. It has applied for membership of the EuropeanUnion and is a member of NATO. It's football (soccer) team play inthe European qualifying of World Cup and European trophies. It is amember of UEFA. Turkey also takes part in the annual Eurovision song contest. Historically, Turkey is much more of an Asian country. It was partof the cradle of civilization where the first cities appeared (making it much like neighboring Iraq and Iran). It was known inantiquity as Asia Minor. But its colonization by the Ancient Greeksbrought it into the European sphere of influence. The establishmentof Byzantium (Constantinople, now Istanbul) as the second city ofthe Roman Empire made it very European. The capture of the city bythe Ottoman Empire (Asian Arabs) brought it back into Asia. The overthrow of greek invaders in the early 20th Century by thefollowers of Kemal Attaturk allowed Turkey to develop as anemerging democracy and has since, becoming increasingly allied toEurope.
first mean: Its kind of bird like chicken second mean: Its name of country from Central Asia
It is cheap because government decides higher price would be unbearable for the population. For 1$ you can buy 40 liters now days. People make on average 50-150 US dollars/month. So you figure, can they afford to pay more. But I wonder how did you get interested in this. Are you from Turkmenistan.
Turkeys are large ground dwelling birds native to America that have been domesticated for meat. Here is a link For a more detailed description http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkey_(bird)
Turkmenistan was once ruled by Russia and was under their communistform of government. Today Turkmenistan has a democratic governmentsystem in place.
This site seems to be 'the' major web site for music of Turkmenistan - http://www.turkmenmusic.com/
Turkmenistan ( Turkmen : TÃ¼rkmenistan ; also known as Turkmenia ) is a Turkic country in Central Asia . The name Turkmenistan is derived from Persian , meaning "land of the Turkmen ". The name of its capital, Ashgabat , derived from Persian as well, loosely translating as "the city of love". Until 1991, it was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union , the Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic . It is bordered by Afghanistan to the southeast, Iran to the southwest, Uzbekistan to the northeast, Kazakhstan to the northwest, and the Caspian Sea to the west.. According to CIA World Factbook 2006 figures, Turkmenistan ranks 5th in the world for GDP growth rate. Although it is wealthy in natural resources in certain areas, most of the country is covered by the Karakum (Black Sands) Desert . It has a single-party system , and was ruled by President for Life Saparmurat Niyazov until 21 December 2006 , when he (and his term) expired. Presidential elections were held on 11 February 2007 . Gurbanguly Berdimuhammedow was declared the winner with 89% of the vote. He was sworn in on 14 February 2007.
the answer is: Turkic languages, basic divide into western and eastern Turkic languages, almost 50 types of "dialects", they are all part of Altai language family, same as for example Mongolian or Korean language Turkmen is the official language of Turkmenistan. Although the official language is Turkmen, Russian is used for inter-ethnic communication, so Russian is most likely more widely spoken. Uyghur
Turkestan is an ancient name for the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, the term traces its origins to the geographers of ancient Persia. But the term never was limited to either the ancient frontier or the modern borders of Turkmenistan. The term actually referred to the lands of all Turkish peoples.
Either the question or the answer is not correct. If the question is about the origin of turkeys (animal), the answer is the American continent. If "turkeys" refer to the the Turks or Turkish people (the people of Turkey is not called turkeys), they originated from Central Asia.
Yes , Turkestan is the name by which the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan was called. Specifically, Turkmenistan is one of the modern and ancient areas in which Turkish-speaking peoples lived. The modern-day Asian/European country of Turkey and such modern Central Asian Turkic states as Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan continue to host Turkish peoples. In ancient times, the entire area was called "Turkestan" or "Land of the Turks" by the geographers of ancient Persia.
The Turkmen new manat is the national currency of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, the manat originally was introduced as the country's national currency on November 1, 1993. It replaced the Russian ruble. What now is known as the old manat was replaced by the Turkmen new manat on January 1, 2009.
Turkmenistan is bordered by Kazakhstan to the North West, Uzbekistan to the North East, Afghanistan to the South East and Iran to the South West. . Afghanistan, . Iran, . Kazakhstan and . Uzbekistan
cool hangin' around at the malls its a modern country. i am Turkish and i guarantee you that it has the best shopping malls ever. check these www. kanyon .com.tr www.istanbul cevahir .com
" TÃ¼rkmenistan Republikasy " is the Turkmen equivalent of "Turkmenistan." Specifically, the phrase " T Ã¼rkmenistan Republikasy " means "Republic of Turkmenistan." The word " T Ã¼rkmenistan " comes from ancient Persian and translates into English as "Land of the Turks." The pronunciation is "tyoork-meh-nee-stahn reh-poo-blee-kah-sih."
What kind of a question is that. What do you mean by what happened in Turkmenistan?
Amphibians , birds , crustaceans , fish , insects , mammals , reptiles and spiders find representation among the animals and desert - and mountain -style vegetation are included among the plants of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, birds include such endangered species as flamingo and pelican. Fish include sturgeon. Mammals include bats, rodents, and wild cats and tigers. Plants range from wildflowers to succulents, ornamentals, medicinals, herbs, and edibles. For example, the mountainous areas and oases are known for such food-producing plants as almond, fig and pistachio trees. The country's population draws upon a rich culinary, cultural and medicinal heritage through the number of herbal and wild plants that flourish within Turkmen borders.
Vegetables, melons and meat are the main foods and green tea, gatyk and cha l are the main drinks of the people of the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, a fried dish called "plov" and flat bread are what the Turkmen tend to eat everyday. The dish includes mutton with carrots and rice. Cottonseed oil tends to be the only flavoring to Turkmen dishes. Other popular dishes include the following: Bread stuffed with meat; Dumplings stuffed with ground meat and onions or pumpkins; Meat and vegetable soup. In terms of drinks, chal is the national drink. It is made by fermenting camel milk. Gatyk is made with yogurt.
" Mandatory and universal " is the way in which education is self-described in the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan. Specifically, the first ten (10) years of school are mandatory for all Turkmen. That takes students through both the primary and the secondary levels. Instruction includes the teaching of the Arabic language and of Islamic principles.
Cotton production, desert lands, exports of electrical power , and reserves of natural gas and oil are what the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan is known for. Specifically, the largely desert land of Turkmenistan is irrigated to support agricultural production. At least half of all of the country's agricultural producers plant, harvest and market cotton . Because of this commitment to cotton production nationally and to cotton's role internationally, Turkmenistan is the world's tenth (10th) largest cotton producer. In the country's predominantly desert environment, water resources are important in terms of irrigation and of energy . The country's two main power-generating stations are the Hindukush Hydroelectric Station and the Mary Thermoelectric Power Station. Both help meet domestic needs and the needs of Central Asian neighbors. Other actual and power sources are based on the country's substantial reserves of natural gas and oil . Turkmenistan is considered to have the world's fourth (4th) largest reserves of natural gas. Both natural gas and oil are important exports from Turkmenistan.
Most of Turkmenistan is made up of the Garagum or Karakum Deserts.Garagum is the Turkmen word for "Black Sands".
The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed native to Turkmenistan, and is thenational emblem of the country. Turkmenistan is located in CentralAsia.
The name Turkmenistan means land of the turkey men. Turkmenistanfirst appeared in written form during works of the 10th century.
Ive been by plane before but im not sure if you can go by boat.
Turkmenistan's religion is Islam. over 89% is sunni and 9% is shi'a. Also Christians and Hindus do exist although in very low numbers.
Turkey appears to be part of the Middle East. It's in Eurasia. It borders the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Also, the neighbouring countries are: Greece, Bulgaria, Georgia, Armenia, Iran, Iraq, and Syria .
In 2008, Turkmenistan's main exports' included goods and services such as: gas, textiles, crude oil, cotton fiber and petrochemicals. At the time, Turkmenistan's main import / export partners were Ukraine, Turkey and Iran. However, Eastern Europe now imports a significant amount of gas, fuel and fruit from the Middle-East.
For Persian style carpets, oil, dictators and also it's known for its free gas (for cars) for Turkmen citizens.
Russia is the nation of which the Central Asian Turkic state of Turkmenistan was a recent part. Specifically, Turkmenistan and Russia were both part of the former Soviet Union. In fact, Turkmenistan was one of the very last of the republics to secede during the dismantling of the former Soviet Union. The Soviet Union ceased to exist as a politico-geographic entity on December 26, 1991. That was just one day after Turkmenistan finally and officially left.
Uzbekistan is the country that is located between Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan. Specifically, Uzbekistan shares its southern border with Turkmenistan. It shares its northern and western borders with Kazakhstan. But despite its location, it does not prevent Turkmenistan from sharing its north-northwest border with Kazakhstan.
Turkestan doesn't formally exist - it's a name for the entire territory of people who speak Turkic languages, which spans over many countries, including parts of Western China. Turkmenistan is also one of these countries. Turkmenistan is a country in Central Asia, which was one of the republics of USSR.
According to the CIA World Factbook, Muslims constitute 89% of the population while 9% of the population are followers of the Eastern Orthodox Church and the remaining 2% religion is reported as non-religious. However, according to a 2009 Pew Research Center report, 93.1% of Turkmenistan's population is Muslim.
Many people do not know this, but Turkmenistan is heavily influenced by religion. Formerly being controlled by the Soviet Union, many of the communistic views remain in their government. Religious Literature is forbidden in Turkmenistan. Islam was extremely hurt during communism, but is now gaining influence. Freedom of religion is "guaranteed" but is limited only to Sunni Islam and Eastern Orthodoxy. You would be expelled, if, as a foreigner, you visited and were suspected of religious activity. Muslims make up 91.84% of the populations, Christians 2.66%. Many Christians are heavily persecuted in Turkmenistan, Pastors are jailed, Bibles are burned, Christians are tortured. Source: persecution.com
Ashgabat is the capital and the largest city of Turkmenistan incentral Asia. Tashkent is the capital and largestcity of Uzbekistan. It is located in northeastern Uzbekistannear Uzbekistan's border with Kakakstan.
u got ur grammer rong it should be how did turkministan get their freedom -.-
oh how i wish i knew but sorry i dont know i am looking for the answer i still have not found it tell me if you find it :/
A way to ask questions that doesn't make sense. They've been famous for it ever since.
No there are no surrounding bodies of water around Turkmenistan. Therefore there is no peninsula.
There are many common surnames in Turkmenistan. One example is Niyazov. Other examples would include Kusmirowicz as well as Pilapo, Puntjar, and Petelei.
Scouting has not been allowed in Turkmenistan although there are possibly some active Girl Guide/Girl Scout troops, but there is little information about any activity in Turkmenistan. There are no member organizations of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) in Turkmenistan.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, 0. Turkmenistan first participated in the Olympics at the 1996 Games in Atlanta and has sent athletics to compete in swimming, table tennis, boxing. judo, athletics, wrestling, weightlifting, and shooting without winning a medal.
Turkmenistan was part of Soviet Union, not Russia, but it gained independence when the Soviet Union broke up.
Ashgabat is the capital and the largest city of Turkmenistan incentral Asia. Tashkent is the capital and largest city ofUzbekistan. It is located in northeastern Uzbekistan nearUzbekistan's border with Kakakstan.
\n. The traditional sports are Horse Riding and falconry. Soccer is a popular team game.
Turkmenistan was a part of the USSR (Russia) where scouting was banned in 1919. Once Turkmenistan became an independent Turkic state, political factors continue to discourage organizations such as Girl Guides/Girl Scouts from organizing.
You must file for a visa, registration fee, and travel permitswhich may include a letter of invitation in order to be approvedfor your trip. It's very difficult for Americans to get intoTurkmenistan just like it is for travel to North Korea, also keepin mind to keep all documents with you at all times while you're inthe country.
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1. They're both former members of the Soviet Union and currentmembers of the Commonwealth of Independent States. 2. They both have lots of economic power in resources but exportsare among the lowest. 3. They have questionable regimes that use authoritarian tactics torule. 4. They're in a similar climate (steppes and deserts) I'm sure there are more but these are a few.