Districts of Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is divided into seven oblasti (regions), and the capital area, Bishkek, which is a šaary keneš (independent city). The regions are subdivided into raioni (districts) and gorkeneš (towns subject to the regions). They have many variant spellings in the Roman alphabet.

Since this page was first compiled, Bishkek has split from Chüy region. The old HASC code for Chüy was KG.CH. I have changed the HASC codes for districts in Bishkek and Chüy to reflect their current location. (Note: originally, I said I would do that, but I didn't. As a result of an inquiry from Graham Wickens, the codes are now correct.) Also, Serhii Tymofiiev has sent me a new list, transliterated from data from the State Committee on Geodesy and Cartography. It shows many "towns subject to regions" that were not on my old list. These towns probably existed when I compiled the previous list, but were not shown as separate entities on the maps I was using.

To see a map of the districts of Kyrgyzstan, go to map .

NameTypeHASCCapital
Ak-SuudKG.YK.ASKarakol
AksyidKG.DA.AKKerben
Ak-TalaadKG.NA.ATBaetov
Ala-BukadKG.DA.ABAla-Buka
AlaidKG.OS.ALGulča
AlamüdündKG.CU.AMLebedevka
AravandKG.OS.ARAravan
At-BashidKG.NA.AHAt-Bašy
Bakai-AtadKG.TL.BALeninpol'
BalykcytKG.YK.BABalykcy
BatkendKG.BA.BTBatken
Bazar-KorgondKG.DA.BKBazar-Korgon
BiškektKG.GB.GBBiškek
ChatkaldKG.DA.CKKanyš-Kaja
Chong-AlaydKG.OS.CADaroot-Korgon
ChuidKG.CU.CHChüy
Djety-OguzdKG.YK.DOKyzyl-Suu
JaiyldKG.CU.JAKara-Balta
JumgaldKG.NA.JUČaek
KadamjaidKG.BA.KAPulgon
Kara-BuuradKG.TL.KBKyzyl-Adyr
Kara-KöltKG.DA.KAKara-Köl
KarakoltKG.YK.KAKarakol
Kara-KuldjadKG.OS.KKKara-Kulža
Kara-SuudKG.OS.KSKara-Suu
KemindKG.CU.KEKemin
KochkordKG.NA.KOKočkor
Kök-ŽaŋgaktKG.DA.KOKök-Žaŋgak
Kyzyl-KyjatKG.OS.KYKyzyl-Kyja
LailakdKG.BA.LAIsfana
Majluu-SuutKG.DA.MAMajluu-Suu
ManasdKG.TL.MAPokrovka
MoskovskydKG.CU.MOBelovodskoe
NaryntKG.NA.NANaryn
NookatdKG.OS.NTÈski-Nookat
NookendKG.DA.NNMassy
OshtKG.OS.OS
PanfilovdKG.CU.PAKayyngdy
SokulukdKG.CU.SOSokuluk
SülüktütKG.BA.SUSülüktü
SuzakdKG.DA.SUSuzak
TalastKG.TL.TCTalas
TalasdKG.TL.TLTalas
Taš-KömürtKG.DA.TATaš-Kömür
Tien-ShandKG.NA.TSNaryn
Togus-TorodKG.DA.TTKazarman
TokmoktKG.CU.TOTokmok
ToktoguldKG.DA.TGToktogul
TondKG.YK.TNBokonbaev
TüpdKG.YK.TUTüp
UzgendKG.OS.UZUzgen
Ysyk-AtadKG.CU.YAKant
Ysyk-KöldKG.YK.YKČolpon-Ata
Žalal-AbadtKG.DA.ZAŽalal-Abad

Other names of subdivisions:

  1. Aksyi: Aksy (variant)
  2. At-Bashi: At-Bašy (variant)
  3. Chong-Alay: Čoŋ-Alaj (variant)
  4. Chui: Cüj (variant)
  5. Djety-Oguz: Žeti-Öguz (variant)
  6. Jaiyl: Žajyl (variant)
  7. Jumgal: Žumgal (variant)
  8. Kadamjai: Kadamžaj (variant)
  9. Kara-Kuldja: Kara-Kulža (variant)
  10. Lailak: Lejlek (variant)
  11. Moskovsky: Moskva (variant)
  12. Tien-Shan: Naryn (variant)
  13. Ton: Toŋ (variant)
  14. Togus-Toro: Toguz-Toro (variant)
  15. Uzgen: Özgön (variant)

Change history:

  1. I have a map showing the divisions of Kyrgyzstan as of 1994-08. If it and the online map are both correct, the following changes occurred between 1994-08 and about 2000.
  2. Kant district (capital, Kant) and Ysyk-Ata district (capital, Ivanovka) merged to form Ysyk-Ata district (capital, Kant).
  3. Suusamyr district (former capital, Suusamyr) merged with Jaiyl district.
  4. Uch-Terek district (former capital, Uch-Terek) merged with Toktogul district.
  5. Batken, Kadamjai, and Lailak districts split from Osh region to form Batken region.
  6. Capital of Ak-Suu district moved from Teploklyuchenka to Karakol.
  7. Capital of Talas district moved from Ivano-Alekseyevka to Talas.
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