The Syrdarya region, in the center of Uzbekistan, on the left side of the Syrdarya river which is one of the longest river in Central Asia, its length along the region is 94 km. The total area of the region is 4.3 thousand sq.km. or 0.9% of the total area of the republic. The region is characterized by the presence of flat zones.
Syrdarya region borders with the Republic of Kazakhstan in the north, with the Tashkent region in the east, with the Republic of Tajikistan in the southeast, with the Jizzakh region in the southwest. The population of the region is 815.7 thousand people.
Syrdarya region was founded on February 16, 1963. The region consists of 8 districts: Oqoltin, Khovos, Boyovut, Gulistan, Mirzaobod, Saykhunobod, Syrdarya, Sardoba, and three cities: Gulistan, Yangier, Shirin. The administrative center is Gulistan, which is located 118 km from Tashkent.
The Syrdarya region is located in the center of Uzbekistan, on the left side of one of the longest rivers in Central Asia – the Syr Darya, whose length in the region is 94 km. The total area of the region is 4.3 thousand square kilometers, or 0.9% of the total territory of the republic. The relief of the region is characterized by the presence of flat areas.
In the north, the Syrdarya region borders with the Republic of Kazakhstan, in the east – with the Tashkent region, in the south-west – with the Djizak region. The population of the region is 815.7 thousand people.
The Syrdarya region was formed on February 16, 1963. The region includes 8 districts: Akaltyn, Khavast, Bayaut, Gulistan, Mirzaabad, Sayhunabad, Syrdarya, Sardoba and 3 cities: Gulistan, Shirin, Yangiyer. The administrative center is the city of Gulistan, located 118 km from the city of Tashkent.