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Encyclopedia > Central Asian Republics

The Central Asian Republics are five countries located in Central Asia that were former Kazakhstan

  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Tajikistan
  • Turkmenistan
  • Uzbekistan
  • The Central Asian Republics are sometimes referred to as Central Asia, although others prefer this term to be reserved for a larger geographic region within Asia rather than a designation given to specific Soviet republics.


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    The Central Asian Republics located on a world map.
    The Central Asian Republics are five countries located in Central Asia that were former republics of the Soviet Union.
    The Central Asian Republics are sometimes referred to as Central Asia, although others prefer this term to be reserved for a larger geographic region within Asia rather than a designation given to specific Soviet republics.
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