Districts of Tajikistan
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Districts of Tajikistan
Districts of Tajikistan, situation before 2017

As of 2020, the regions of Tajikistan are subdivided into 47 districts (Tajik: , nohiya or Russian: , rayon), not including 4 districts belonging to the capital city Dushanbe, and 18 cities of regional subordination (including Dushanbe, an extraregional capital city).[1] Before ca. 2017, there were 58 districts.[2][3][4] The districts are further subdivided into rural municipalities called jamoats, which in turn are further subdivided into villages (or deha or qyshqol).

The numbering of the districts follows the map.

Sughd Region

Districts:

No. District Native name Former names Capital Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
1 Mastchoh ? Buston 1,000 128,400
2 Bobojon Ghafurov ? ? Leninabad, Khodzhent Ghafurov 2,700 380,500
3 Asht Shaydon 2,800 168,100
4 Zafarobod Zafarobod 400 75,900
5 Spitamen Nau (until 2003)[6] Navkat 400 141,600
6 Jabbor Rasulov ? Proletarsk Mehrobod 300 137,700
10 Shahriston Shahriston 1,100 43,700
11 Devashtich Ghonchi Ghonchi 1,600 173,500
13 Ayni ? Ayni 5,200 83,600
14 Kuhistoni Mastchoh ? Mehron 3,700 25,400

Cities of regional subordination:

No. City Native name Former names Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
7 Konibodom 800 211,100
8 Isfara 800 274,000
9 Istaravshan ? Uroteppa (until 2000) 700 273,500
12 Panjakent 3,700 303,000
- Khujand Leninabad <100 183,600
- Istiqlol Taboshar <100 17,900
- Guliston Kayrakkum <100 49,200
- Buston Chkalovsk <100 36,900

Areas of Republican Subordination

Districts:

No. District Native name Former names Capital Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
16 Shahrinav Shahrinav 1,000 123,000
18 Varzob Varzob 1,700 82,200
20 Rasht ? Gharm Gharm 4,600 127,400
21 Lakhsh ? Jirgatol Vahdat[7] 4,600 66,400
22 Rudaki Leninskiy (until 2003)[6][8] Somoniyon 1,800 518,200
23 Fayzobod Fayzobod 900 103,600
25 Nurobod ? Komsomolobod, Darband (until 2003)[9] Darband 900 82,100
26 Tojikobod Tojikobod 700 46,000
27 Sangvor ? Tavildara Tavildara 6,000 23,300

Cities of regional subordination:

No. City Native name Former names Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
- Dushanbe ? Stalinabad 100 863,400
15 Tursunzoda ? Regar (renamed between 1979 and 1989) 1,200 298,800
17 Hisor 1,000 308,100
19 Vahdat Yangibazar (1927-1936), Ordzhonikidzeabad
(1936-1992), Kofarnihon (1992-2003)[10]
3,700 342,700
24 Roghun 500 44,100
Districts of Dushanbe.

City districts of Dushanbe

No. District Native name Former names
1 Ibn Sina ? Frunze[6]
2 Firdavsi Central[6]
3 Ismail Somoni ? Oktyabrskiy (October)
4 Shohmansur Zheleznodorozhnyi (Railway)

Khatlon Region

Districts:

No. District Native name Former names Capital Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
28 Khuroson ? Ghozimalik[11] Obikiik 900 116,500
29 Yovon ? Yovon 900 234,600
31 Baljuvon Baljuvon 1,300 30,400
32 Khovaling Khovaling 1,700 57,900
33 Jomi ? Kuybyshevsk, Khodzhamaston Abdurahmoni Jomi 600 175,800
35 Danghara ? Danghara 2,000 161,000
36 Temurmalik ? Qizil-Mazor (until 1957),[12]
Sovetskiy (until 2004)[13]
Sovet 1,000 69,800
37 Mu'minobod Leningradskiy Mu'minobod 900 94,700
38 Kushoniyon Bokhtar Ismoili Somoni 600 245,900
39 Vakhsh ? Vakhsh 1,000 199,300
40 Vose' Vose' 800 216,500
42 Shamsiddin Shohin Shuroobod Shuroobod 2,300 55,500
43 Nosiri Khusrav Beshkent[14] Bahori 800 39,300
44 Shahrituz Shahrituz 1,500 130,000
45 Qubodiyon Qubodiyon 1,800 188,100
46 Dusti Jilikul Jilikul 1,200 117,100
47 Jayhun Qumsangir Dusti 1,000 139,000
48 Jaloliddin Balkhi ? Kolkhozobod (until 23 June 2007),[15] Rumi Balkh 900 201,300
49 Farkhor Farkhor 1,200 170,800
50 Panj ? Panj 900 119,700
51 Hamadoni Moskovskiy Moskovskiy 500 148,800

Cities of regional subordination:

No. City Native name Former names Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
- Bokhtar Qurghonteppa <100 111,800
30 Norak 400 61,500
34 Levakant Kalininabad, Sarband 100 48,300
41 Kulob 300 214,700

Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region

Districts:

No. District Native name Former names Capital Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
52 Darvoz Qala'i-Khumb Qal'ai Khumb 2,800 24,000
53 Vanj ? Vanj 4,400 34,400
54 Rushon Rushon 5,900 25,800
55 Shughnon Khorugh 4,600 38,000
56 Roshtqala Roshtqal'a 4,300 27,400
57 Ishkoshim ? Ishkoshim 3,700 32,900
58 Murghob Murghob 37,300 15,900

City of regional subordination:

No. City Native name Former names Area in km2[5] Population
(2020 estim.)[1]
- Khorugh <100 30,500

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Population of the Republic of Tajikistan as of 1 January 2020" (PDF) (in Russian). Statistics office of Tajikistan. pp. 13-29. Retrieved 2020.
  2. ^ Socio-Economic Atlas of Tajikistan, World Bank (2005)
  3. ^ Regions of the Republic of Tajikistan 2005, State Committee of Statistics, Dushanbe, 2005 (in Russian)
  4. ^ Republic of Tajikistan, map showing administrative division as of January 1, 2004, "Tojjikoinot" Cartographic Press, Dushanbe (in Russian)
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h "Regions of the Republic of Tajikistan 2017" (PDF) (in Russian). Statistics office of Tajikistan. pp. 15-21. Retrieved 2020.
  6. ^ a b c d Renaming Nau District to Spitamen District; Leninskiy District to Rudaki District; Frunze District to Sino District; Central District to Firdavsi District
  7. ^ Presidential News, 4 October 2008 Archived 9 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ "Rudaki District". Archived from the original on 2011-09-28. Retrieved .
  9. ^ Renaming Darband District to Nurobod District
  10. ^ "Vahdat District". Archived from the original on 2009-02-01. Retrieved .
  11. ^ Ghozimalik District renamed Khuroson District Archived 2011-09-28 at the Wayback Machine (in Russian)
  12. ^ Qizil-Mazor (Kzyl-Mazar) District renamed Sovetskiy District Archived October 6, 2008, at the Wayback Machine, 1957 (in Russian)
  13. ^ Sovetskiy District renamed Temurmalik District Archived 2011-09-28 at the Wayback Machine, 2004 (in Russian)
  14. ^ Beshkent District renamed Nosiri Khusrav District Archived 2011-09-28 at the Wayback Machine, 2004 (in Russian)
  15. ^ Kolkhozobod District renamed after Jaloliddin Rumi

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