Dushanbe (Душанбе), population 562,000 people ( 2000 census), is the capital of Tajikistan. The name is derived from the Persian word for "Monday" (du "two" + shamba or shanbe "day", lit. "day two") and refers to the fact that it was a popular "Monday" market place. Dushanbe is located at ...more on Wikipedia about "Dushanbe"
Garm is a district in the Rasht Valley area of central Tajikistan. The principle city in the district has the same name. Garm was also the name of ...more on Wikipedia about "Garm, Tajikistan"
Isfara is a city in the Soghd Region in northern Tajikistan. It has a population of around 37,300. ...more on Wikipedia about "Isfara"
The town of Khorog ( Tajik Хорӯғ, also transliterated as Khoroq, Khorogh, Khorugh, or Xoroq) is the capital of the Gorno-Badakhshan autonomous region in Tajikistan. It has a population of around 22,000. Khorog is located along the Panj River near the border with Afghanistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khorog"
Khujand ( Russian: Ходженд, Persian خجند, formerly Leninabad until 1991, also transliterated as Khudzhand, and Khodjend), is the second city of Tajikistan. It is situated on the Syr Darya River at the mouth of the Fergana Valley. The population of the city is 149,000 ( 2000 census), down from 160,000 in 1989. It is also the capital of the northernmost province of Tajikistan, now called Sughd. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khujand"
Kofarnihon (lit: place where unbelievers hide) is a city in western Tajikistan, near Dushanbe. It is the capital of the Karotegin province. After the independence of Tajikistan its name was changed to Vahdad. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kofarnihon"
Konibodom (formerly Kanibadam) is a city in the Sughd province of northern Tajikistan. It has a population of 45,000 ( 2000 census). ...more on Wikipedia about "Konibodom" Whatever You're Into, Get Into www.shortopedia.com. Cities_in_Tajikistan
Kulyab (also transliterated as Kuliab or Kuljab) is a city in Tajikistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kulyab"
This is a list of cities in Tajikistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of cities in Tajikistan"
Murghab ( Tajik Мурғоб; Russian Мургаб) is a small city in the Pamir Mountains of Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region in central eastern Tajikistan. Population 4,000, Murghab is the one of the few population centers in the eastern half of Gorno-Badakhshan. It is situated along the Murghab River, at the junction of three major roads. The roads lead to the region's capital Khorog to the southwest (about 300 kilometers distant), the Chinese city of Tashkurgan to the east (through the Kulma Pass), and Kyrgyzstan to the north. The roads leading to Khorog and Kyrgyzstan are segments of the Pamir Highway, the only road that traverses the Pamirs in Gorno-Badakhshan. Murghab's location at the hub of these roads makes it a regional center for trade, reputedly including a significant trade in illicit drugs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Murghab, Tajikistan"
Panjakent (also spelled Panjikent or Panjekent) is a city in the Sughd province of Tajikistan on the Zeravshan river - population 33,000 ( 2000 census). It was once an ancient town in Sogdiana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Panjakent"
Parkhar is a city in northern Tajikistan. It is about 60 miles from the Afghan border. ...more on Wikipedia about "Parkhar"
Pyandj is a city in northern Tajikistan. It is near the Afghan border. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pyandj"
Qurghonteppa (formerly known as Kurgan-Tyube) is a city in southwestern Tajikistan. It is the capital of the Viloyati Khatlon region. ...more on Wikipedia about "Qurghonteppa"
Shaartuz is a city in south western Tajikistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shaartuz"
Simiganj (or Simiganch) is a village in Tajikistan, located at 38.6525 N 69.01 E. It is part of the town Varzob, Karotegin province. The river flowing through the town is also named Simiganj. ...more on Wikipedia about "Simiganj"
Ura-Tyube (Ура-Тюбе when written in Cyrillic, also transliterated Ura-tiube or Ura-t'ube) is a city in Tajikistan, not far from Khodjend and the Syr Darya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ura-Tyube"
Varzob is a town near Dushanbe, Tajikistan, in the province of Karotegin. There are seven rivers in the area: Simiganj, Sioma, Seer, Vakhsh, Amoo, Sorkhob, and (one more whose name is missing). ...more on Wikipedia about "Varzob"
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