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Regions of Tajikistan

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politics and government of
Tajikistan
Supreme Assembly (parliament)
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Tajikistan is divided into

No. Name Tajik ISO Capital Area {km²) Pop (2000) Pop (2010)[1] Pop (2014)[2]
1 Sughd Region Вилояти Суғд
Viloyati Sughd
TJ-SU Khujand 25,400 1,872,000 2,233,500 2,400,600
2 Districts of Republican Subordination Ноҳияҳои тобеи ҷумҳурӣ
Nohiyahoi tobei jumhurī
- Dushanbe 28,600 1,337,500 1,722,900 1,874,000
3 Khatlon Region Вилояти Хатлон
Viloyati Khatlon
TJ-KT Qurghonteppa 24,800 2,150,100 2,677,300 2,898,600
4 Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region1 Вилояти Мухтори Кӯҳистони Бадахшон
Viloyati Mukhtori Kūhistoni Badakhshon
TJ-GB Khorugh 64,200 206,000 206,000 212,100
Dushanbe Душанбе
Dushanbe
Dushanbe 100 561,900 724,800 775,800

1 The direct translation from Tajik is Kuhistoni Badakhshon Autonoumous Region, but the name translated from Russian are more commonly used in English.

Each region is divided into districts (nohiya or rayon), which are further subdivided into jamoats (full name jamoati dehot), and then villages/settlements (deha). Tajikistan has a total of 58 (not including 4 districts of the capital city Dushanbe) districts.

See also

References and footnotes

  1. ^ "Changes in the number and distribution of the population of the Republic of Tajikistan between the censuses of 2000 and 2010" (PDF) (in Russian). Tajstat. Retrieved 12 September 2014. 
  2. ^ "Population of the Republic of Tajikistan as of 1 January 2014" (PDF) (in Russian). Tajstat. Retrieved 12 September 2014. 
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