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Kyrgyzstan City Codes

City NameCity Code
Bishkek312
Ala-Buka (Ala-Buka district)3741
Ananevo3942
Aravan (Aravan district)3231
At-Bashy (At-Bashy district)3534
Baetovo (Ak-Tala district)3537
Bakai-Ata (Bakai-Ata district)3457
Balykchy (City)3944
Batken3622
Bazar-Korgon (Bazar-Korgon district)3736
Belovodskoe (Moskovsky district)3131
Bokonbaevo (Ton district)3947
Chaek (Jumgal district)3536
Cholpon-Ata (Issyk-Kul district)3943
Chuy-Tokmok (Chuy-Tokmok district)3138
Daroot-Korgon (Chon-Alai district)3237
Eski-Nookat (Nookat district)3230
Gulcha (Alai district)3234
Isphana (Laylak district)3656
Jalal-Abad3722
Kadjy-Sai (Ton district)3941
Kaindy (Panfilov district)3137
Kant (Issyk-Ata district)3132
Kanysh-Kya (Chatkal district)3759
Kara-Balta (Jayl district)3133
Karakol3922
Kara-Kul (City)3746
Kara-Kulja (Kara-Kulja district)3239
Kara-Suu (Kara-Suu district)3232
Kazarman (Toguz-Toro district)3738
Kemin (Kemin district)3135
Kerben (Aksy district)3742
Kochkorka (Kochkor district)3535
Kok-Gangak (City)3743
Kok-Oi (Talas district)3458
Kyzyl-Adyr (Kyzyl-Adyr district)3456
Kyzyl-Kya (City)3657
Kyzyl-Suu (Jety-Oguz district)3946
Lebedinovka (Alamudun district)3147
Mailuu-Suu (City)3744
Massy (Nooken district)3734
Naryn3522
Osh3222
Pokrovka (Manas district)3459
Pulgon (Kadamjay district)3655
Sokuluk (Sokuluk district)3134
Sulukta (City)3653
Suzak (Suzak district)3748
Talas3422
Tash-Kumyr (City)3745
Toktogul (Toktogul district)3747
Tup (Tup district)3945
Uzgen (Uzgen district)3233

Interesting Facts

A Central Asian country of incredible natural beauty and proud nomadic traditions, Kyrgyzstan was annexed by Russia in 1864; it achieved independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Nation-wide demonstrations in the spring of 2005 resulted in the ouster of President Askar AKAYEV, who had run the country since 1990. Subsequent presidential elections in July of 2005 were won overwhelmingly by former prime minister Kurmanbek BAKIYEV. Current concerns include: privatization of state-owned enterprises, expansion of democracy and political political freedoms, reduction of corruption, improving interethnic relations, and combating terrorism.