Türkmenabat (Q487684)

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City of Turkmenistan
  • Āmul
  • Çärjew
  • Amul
  • Chardzhou
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Language Label Description Also known as
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Türkmenabat
City of Turkmenistan
  • Āmul
  • Çärjew
  • Amul
  • Chardzhou

Statements

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Türkmenabat (French)
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Türkmenabat (Turkmen)
Туркменабад (Russian)
2000
Чарджев (Russian)
1992
1999
Чарджоу (Russian)
1941
1991
Чарджуй (Russian)
1927
1940
Ленинск (Russian)
1924
1926
Чарджуй (Russian)
1924
Чарджоу (Belarusian)
1941
1991
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Çarcuy (Azerbaijani)
1923
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253,000
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54,749
66,112
96,383
140,182
160,799
408,906
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Blason de Türkmenabat (French)
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993 422
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