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List of cities in Kazakhstan Part 2

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Petropavl (Kazakh: Петропавл/Petropavl), also known as Petropavlovsk (Russian: Петропавловск, Petropavlovsk, not to be confused with Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky), is a city on the Ishim River in northern Kazakhstan close to the border with Russia, about 261 km west of Omsk along the Trans-Siberian Railway. It is the capital of the North Kazakhstan Region. Population: 201,446 (2009 Census results);203,523 (1999 Census results)

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Ridder (Kazakh and Russian: Риддер), formerly known as Leninogorsk (Russian: Лениногорск, 1941–2002) is a city in the East Kazakhstan Region in north-eastern Kazakhstan. Its population is approximately 50,500 (2009 Census results).The city is situated in the southwestern Altai Mountains and northeastern of the region's capital, Oskemen, along the Ulba River, at an elevation higher than 700 metres

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Saran (Kazakh: Саран / Saran, Russian: Сарань) is a city in Karaganda Region of Kazakhstan, on the Nura River. Population: 42,058 (2009 Census results);42,957 (1999 Census results). The city was founded on December 20, 1954.Saran is located in Karaganda oblast (region) of Kazakhstan situated about 15 km from Karaganda city. Saran is a significant center of coal extraction due to the Karaganda coal deposit. There are coal-processing sites, concrete goods plants, and brickworks in Saran city. Also there is teacher’s training institute.Satbayev (Kazakh: Сәтбаев), until 1990 Nikolsk is a city in Kazakhstan's Karaganda Region. The city is named after Kanysh Satbayev, one of the founders of Soviet metallogeny, principal advocate and the first president of Kazakhstan Academy of Sciences. Population: 60,105 (2009 Census results); 58,652 (1999 Census results)

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Semey (Kazakh and Russian Семей / Semey), formerly known as Semipalatinsk (Russian: Семипала́тинск, until 2007) and Alash-kala (Kazakh: Алаш-қала / Alaş-qala, 1917–1920), is a city in Kazakhstan, in East Kazakhstan Region, and in the Kazakhstan part of Siberia, near the border with the Russian Federation, around 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) north of Almaty, and 700 kilometres (430 mi) southeast of the Russian city of Omsk, along the Irtysh River. Population: 299,264 (2009 Census results);[2] 269,574 (1999 Census results).

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Stepnogorsk (Kazakh: Степногор/Stepnogor, Russian: Степногорск) is a town in Akmola Region, Kazakhstan. It was established in 1959, and has been a town since 1964. It is located about 200km North-East of Astana. It began as a secret town with code names Tselinograd-25 (Russian: Целиноград-25), Makinsk-2 (Russian: Макинск-2). The town is known as a nuclear and biochemical site. Population: 46,712 (2009 Census results);47,372 (1999 Census results).

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Taldykorgan (Kazakh: Талдықорған / Taldıqorğan), formerly known as Taldy-Kurgan (Russian: Талды-Курган, until 1993), is the administrative center of Almaty Region, Kazakhstan. Population: 123,038 (2009 Census results); 97,996 (1999 Census results). Most of the people are Kazakhs.

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Taraz (Kazakh: Тараз) is a city and the administrative center of Jambyl Region in Kazakhstan, located on the Talas (Taraz) River in the south of the country near the border with Kyrgyzstan. It had a population of 330,100 (1999 Census), up 9% from 1989, making it one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, after Astana and Türkistan.

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Temirtau (Kazakh: Теміртау / Temirtaw, Russian: Темиртау) is a city in the Karaganda Region of Kazakhstan. Population: 169,590 (2009 Census results);[1] 170,481 (1999 Census results).The city is located on the Nura River (the Samarkand Reservoir), northwest of Karaganda.

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Turkistan (Kazakh: Түркістан), formerly known as Turkestan (Russian: Туркестан) - is a city in South Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan, near the Syr Darya river. It is situated 160 km (100 mi) north-west of Shymkent on the Trans-Aral Railway between Kyzylorda to the north and Tashkent to the south. Population: 142,899 (2009 Census results); 102,505 (1999 Census results).Turkistan is one of Kazakhstan's historic cities with an archaeological record dating back to the 4th century

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Oral (Kazakh: Орал), Uralsk (Russian: Уральск) in Russian, formerly known as Yaitsk (Russian: Яицк, until 1775), is a city in northwestern Kazakhstan, at the confluence of the Ural and Chogan Rivers close to the Russian border. As it is located on the western side of the Ural river, it is considered geographically in Europe. It is the capital of the West Kazakhstan Region. Ethnic composition is dominated by Kazakhs (60%). Population: 271,900 (2009 Census results);[2] 194,905 (1999 Census results)

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Oskemen (Kazakh: Өскемен/Öskemen) or Ust-Kamenogorsk (Russian: Усть-Каменого́рск) is the administrative center of East Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan. It is served by Oskemen Airport. Population: 303,720 (2009 Census results);[1] 310,950 (1999 Census results)

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Shymkent (Kazakh: Шымкент / Şımkent), formerly known as Chimkent (Russian: Чимкент) until 1993, is the capital city of South Kazakhstan Region, the most densely populated region in Kazakhstan. It is the third most populous city in Kazakhstan behind Almaty and Astana with a population of 629,600 (2011). A major railroad junction on the Turkestan-Siberia Railway, the city is also a notable cultural centre, with an international airport. Shymkent is situated 690 km west of Almaty and 120 km to the north of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 603,499 (2009 Census results); 423,902 (1999 Census results).

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Sakhtinsk (Kazakh: Шахтинск) is a town of regional significance in Karaganda Region of central Kazakhstan. Population: 35,997 (2009 Census results);41,602 (1999 Census results)

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Shchuchinsk (Russian: Щучинск) is a city in northern-central Kazakhstan, located 75 kilometres south-east of Kokshetau. It is the seat of Burabay District (form. Shchuchinsk District) in Akmola Region. Population: 44,106 (2009 Census results); 45,254 (1999 Census results).

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Ekibastuz (Kazakh: Екібастұз / Ekibastuz, Russian: Экибастуз) is a town in Pavlodar Region, northeastern Kazakhstan. The population was 125,012 (2009 Census results);[1] 127,197 (1999 Census results).[1] Ekibastuz is served by Ekibastuz Airport.
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