See also:town in the
See also:Russian province of Syr-darya in West Turkestan, at the point where the
See also:River falls into the Syr-darya, about 50 M. from its mouth in Lake
See also:Aral, in 450 45' N. and 62° 7' E., " at the junction," to quote
See also:Schuyler, " of all the
See also:trade routes in Central
See also:Asia, as the road from
See also:Orenburg meets here with the
See also:Bokhara and
See also:Tashkent roads." Besides carrying on an active trade with the
See also:Kirghiz of the surrounding
See also:country, it is of growing importance in the general current of commerce . Pop . (1897), 7600 . The floods in the river make it an
See also:island in
See also:spring; in summer it is parched by the
See also:sun and hot winds, and hardly a
See also:tree can be got to grow . The streets are wide, but the houses, as well as the fairly strong fort, are built of mud bricks .
FRIEDRICH HEINRICH EMANUEL KAYSER (1845- )
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