Kokand


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Ko·kand

 (kō-kănd′) or Qu·qon (ko͞o-kôn′, KHo͞o-KHôn′)
A city of eastern Uzbekistan southeast of Tashkent. It was the center of a powerful khanate in the 1700s and was conquered by Russia in 1876.
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Kokand

(Russian kaˈkant)
n
(Placename) a city in NE Uzbekistan, in the Fergana valley. Pop: 211 000 (2005 est)
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Ko•kand

(kɒˈkænd)

n.
a city in NE Uzbekistan, SE of Tashkent. 184,000.
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In run up to the First International Handicrafters Festival Kokand has been included into the list of World Craft Cities, CA-News reports.
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By that time almost all Central Asia was under Russian control except the two Muslim khanates of Bukhara and Kokand which were left with semi-independent status.
(30) Precipitation data from weather stations in Uzbekistan showed lower than average precipitation, especially in the late fall of 1932 and winter of 1933, at Guzar and Shahrisabz in Qashqa Daryo, in Kokand, Urgench, and Tashkent.
Next, take a shared taxi (two hours) to historic Kokand. Visit its impressive mosques, try some local halva (sweets) and see some of the 100 or so rooms at the Khan's Palace.
In Kokand first Jadid School was opened in 1901.These schools increased in numbers and grew and absorbed large number of the students for Education.
The most active cities in terms of sales were Tashkent, Bukhara, Namangan, Kokand and Fergana.
Given the geopolitical importance of Central Asia, Uzbekistan occupies a place of par excellence in the region as it is located at the heart of Transoxiana, namely the historical cradle of Turco-Islamic civilization for centuries with its glorious cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Tashkent, Khiva and Kokand. Lying on the traditional silk route between East and West, Uzbekistan has also been the center of commercial and economic activities in the region which attracted the attention of great imperial states of the past, such as the Macedonians, Persians, Abbasids, Seljuks, Mongols, Timurids and Romanovs.
He briefly headed the government, whose authority at that time extended to Kokand and a small county.
The photographs printed here were taken in Kokand, Bukhara, and Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 2004.
Authorities in Kokand city in Ferghana region have placed banners at the gate of the local bazaar warning women not to wear "Arab, Iranian, Turkish or Pakistani" hijabs on the bazaar territory, the Ozodlik reports.