Tokmok

Tokmok (Kırgızca: Токмок, Tokmok; Rusça: Токмак/Tokmak ). Kırgızistan'ın kuzeyinde yaklaşık 75,000 (2005) nüfusa sahip bir şehirdir.

Tokmok

türkçe değil Tokmok (Kırgız Türkçesi`nde Токмок/``Tokmok``; Rusça`da Токмак/``Tokmak``)Kırgızistan`ın kuzeyinde yaklaşık 75,000 (2005) nüfusa sahip bir şehirdir. Ülkenin başşehri Bişkek`in doğusundadır. coğrafi bölgesi coor dm|42|50|N|75|17|E|region:KG_type:city(75,000); deniz dengesinden yüksekliği 816 m yukarıdadır.. 2004`ten 19 Nisan 2006`ya kadar Çüy eyaletinin idare merkezidir.

Tokmok, Kokand Kağanlığı`nın 1830. kuzeyde ileri karakoluydu, ondan otuz yıl sonra ,Ruslar kaleyi yakıp yıkmışlardır.

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Despite its relatively modern origin, Tokmak stands in the middle of the Chui valley, which was a prize sought by many medieval conquerors. The ruins of Ak-Beshim, the capital of the Western Turkic Khaganate, are situated 60 km east of Tokmak. The Tang Dynasty poet Li Bai is thought to have been born in this area, as was Yusuf Has Hajib Balasaguni, author of the Kutadgu Bilig.

About 15 km south of Tokmok is the 11th-century Burana Tower, located on the grounds of an ancient citadel of which today only a large earthen mound remains. This is believed to be the site of the ancient city of Balasagun, founded by the Sogdians and later for some time the capital of the Kara-Khanid empire. A large collection of ancient gravestones and bal-bals is nearby. Excavated Scythian artifacts have been moved to museums in St. Petersburg and Bishkek. Kyrgyzstan-geo-stub

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External links

www.tokmok.strana.de

Cities in Kyrgyzstan History of Central Asia Settlements established in 1864

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