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Transcript of Turkmenistan
by the Caspian Sea in the west,Kazakhstan in the north, Uzbekistan in the east, and Iran and Afghanistan in the south. It is landlocked! Did you know that 1/9 of Turkmenistan is desert, mostly the Kara-Kum? Kara-Kum is one of the world's largest sand desert. Turkmenistan is about 188,500 square miles. In fact, it is just slightly larger than California(163,707 square miles)! Turkmenistan's largest mountain is Mount Ayrybaba(3,137 kilometers above sea level). Their lowest elevation is the Transcapsain Depression, which is 100 kilometers below sea level. Some major lakes would be Lake Sarykamysh and the Kara-Nogaz Gol. Turkmenistan's biggest city is Ashgabat. It's population is 727,700. Some other major cities would be Balkanabat, Daoguz, Turkmenabat,and Mary. Government! Turkmenistan define themselves as a secular democracy and is a presidential republic. They have a federal system. Their legal system is a civil law system with Islamic law.Everyone has to enforce the laws in Turkmenistan. Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow is the current leader of Turkmenistan. He is a Turkmen politician who has served as the president of Turkmenistan since 2006! They are allies with the U.S. , Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan. They are enemies with Afghanistan. Turkmenistan's capital is Ashgabat (Ashkhabad). They got their independence on October 27,1991 from the Soviet Union. They just adopted their constitution on September 26,2008.
Here is Turkmenistan's national anthem: History!
Turkmenistan was once part of the ancient Persian Empire. The territory was ruled by the Seljuk Turks in the 11th century. The Mongols of Ghenghis Khan conquered the land in the 13th century and they dominated the area for the next two centuries, until they were deposed in the late 15th century.Prior to the 19th century, Turkmenia was divided into two lands.In 1868, one part was made part of the Russian Empire and Turkmenia became known as the Transcaspia Region of Russian Turkistan. Turkmenistan was later formed out of the Turkistan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, founded in 1922, and was made an independent Soviet Socialist Republic on May 13, 1925. It was the poorest of the Soviet republics. Today, Turkmenistan is a poor third-world country, but it has vast resources, such as pertoleum (oil), natural gas, sulfur, and salt. Economy Culture Point of Interest this space is uselesss/ dont look here
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well, its lol yeah vas happenin........ yeah i know im cool :) GOT ANY GRAPES?!? Turkmen are originally nomads and horsemen, and some still are today, despite attempt to urbanize the Turkmenistan people. Today, most people who live in
Turkmenistan are Islamic, mostly Sunni, with many Russian Orthodox Christians, mixed in too. Their most common languages are the national language pf Turkmen, but in Ashgabat, it would prove quite difficult to find a person who dosen't speak Russian. this is a turkmen in traditional nomadic clothing. and i was like BABY, BABY, BABY, OHHHHHHHHHHHHH, LIKE BABY, BABY, BABY NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, LIKE BABY, BABY, BABY OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH,
I THOUGHT YOUD ALWAYS BE MINE, MINE... PICTURES!!!! you dont know, oh oh,
THAT YOURE A HOMOSEXUAL
THAT MAKES YOU HOMOSEXUAL! they never slice or chop or spear or whisk or dice or pierce or smear no all they ever do i fear is spoon spoon spoon SPOON
WALK UP TO THE CLUB LIKE WAT UP I GOT A BIG SLUSHIE FROM SAMS CLUB
IM JUST PUMPED UP BU THE SHTUFF ROM THE 1D SHOP
NA NA NANANANA NA NA
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SO TELL ME ANMOL AND ADDIE IF EVERY TIME WE TOUCH
YOUI GET THIS KIND OF RU U USH
ADDIE SAY YEAH YEAH YEAH
YEAH YEAH YEAH
IF ANMOL DONT WANNA TAKE IT SLOW
AND SHE JUST WANTS TO TAKE ZAYN HOME
ANMOL SAY YEAH YEAH YEAH
YEAH YEAH- 1D IS SEXYYY GO GO FIGHT FIGHT Turkmenistan is a capitalism;it is a free- market. Their exports are gas, crude oil, petrochemicals, textiles, wheat, and cotton fiber. They get machinery and equipment, chemicals, and food imported into Turkmenistan. Turkmenistan's GDP is $41.51 billion as of 2011. Their GDP per capita is $7,500. Their literacy rate is 98.8%, which tells you that the education in Turkmenistan is good. Natural gas, oil, petroleum products, textiles, and, food processing are their main industries. The Manat is the currency in Turkmenistan. Turkmenistan doesn't have any BIG economic challenges anymore.... they used to when they were part of the Soviet Union and they were just building up on their government. OMG!!!! A LITTLE FLARE!!!! :) If you ever end up going this beautiful country (yes, yes I'm talking about Turkmenistan), you definitely need to go see these amazing places. Many tourist have enjoyed to go see the Darvaza! The Darvaza is a flaming gas crater but, a crater did not not this! The Derweze area is rich in natural gas. While drilling in 1971 geologists accidentally found an underground cavern filled with natural gas. The ground beneath the drilling rig collapsed, leaving a large hole with a diameter of about 50-100 meters. To avoid poisonous gas discharge, it was decided to burn the gas. Geologists had hoped the fire would go out in a few days but it has been burning since 1971 . Locals have named the cavern The Door to Hell! You should go see it during the night! this is one of the few nomads left in Turkmenistan This is an old photograph of a Catholic church in Turkmenistan This is Chorek (Turkmen Bread) being baked in the traditional way A Turkmenistan city, Merv, is famous for their ancient ruins. These ancient ruins are on the Silk Road. Merv is a place where travelers who followed the Silk Road and left evidence of ancient cultures and vanished civilizations. But how? In 1221 after the barbarous attacks of Genghis Khan's armies, Merv was destryoed and fell to the ground. Its ruins became a relic and were named Ancient Merv or Old Merv.
If you like nature and pistachios, then you should go visit the Badkgyz Reserve. The Badkhyz Reserve was created in 1935. It is located in the Mary region. The name of the reserve means "the place where the wind begins". Its name reflects the real climate conditions of the spot. A variety of the animals, birds and reptiles can be found here. The reserve is also famous for pistachio-trees that grow in this region. This is a girl in traditional Turkmen attire. http://istanbulmusic.blogspot.com/2011/01/best-musicians-from-turkmenistan.html Here are 2 famous songs in
Turkmenistan! Enjoy! Turkmenistan is famous for their art....folk art. Here is some folk art from Turkmenisan. Merv Ruins Pics for Points of Interest Merv Ruins The Flaming Crater Badkhyz Reserve Badkhyz Reserve Capsian Sea Kara Kum Desert Mount Ayrybaba