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Districts of Kazakhstan

Okresi of Kazakhstan

The provinces of Kazakhstan are divided into 170 districts (pl. Kazakh: аудандар, audandar). The districts are listed below, by province:


  • Akmola 1
  • Aktobe 2
  • Almaty 3
  • Atyrau 4
  • East Kazakhstan 5
  • Karagandy 6
  • Kostanay 7
  • Kyzylorda 8
  • Mangystau 9
  • North Kazakhstan 10
  • Pavlodar 11
  • South Kazakhstan 12
  • West Kazakhstan 13
  • Zhambyl 14
  • See also 15
    • References 15.1
  • External links 16





East Kazakhstan





North Kazakhstan


South Kazakhstan

West Kazakhstan


See also


  1. ^ East Kazakhstan Province (official site)
  2. ^ Kostanay Province (official site)
  3. ^ North Kazakhstan Province (official website)
  4. ^ Pavlodar Statistics
  5. ^ Pavlodar Province Statistics
  6. ^ South Kazakhstan Province (official website)

External links

  • Statoids
  • Districts of Kazakhstan (map in English)
  • Districts of Kazakhstan (map in Russian)
  • Subdivisions of Kazakhstan in local languages
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