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Mangghystau, Kazakhstan

Mangghystau is one of 17 primary administrative regions in Kazakhstan with a population of approximately 596,706 people.

Facts and figures on Mangghystau at a glance

Region name: Mangghystau (Mangistauskaya Oblast’)
Status: Primary administrative region
Population: 596,706 people
Country: Kazakhstan
Continent: Asia

The regional headquarters of Mangghystau (Mangistauskaya Oblast’) is located in the regional capital Aktau (Aktau) with a population of 147,443 people.

The distance as the crow flies from Mangghystau's regional capital Aktau to Kazakhstan's capital Astana (Astana) is approximately 1,736 km (1,079 mi).

Facts and figures about Mangghystau
RegionPopulationRegional capitalPopulation
Mangghystau Mangistauskaya Oblast’596,706 peopleAktau Aktau147,443 people

Compare with other regions in Kazakhstan.

Map of Mangghystau

Map of Mangghystau

Information on Mangghystau

Information on Mangghystau
Region nameRegional capitalSubregionsCountryContinent
Mangghystau Mangistauskaya Oblast’Aktau Aktau6KazakhstanAsia

Time in Mangghystau

Time in Mangghystau
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Sun, 19 Jan 2020 - 8:35pmNoSun, 19 Jan 2020 - 8:35pmUTC +5.0Asia/Aqtau

Geographic coordinates of Mangghystau

Latitude & Longitude of Mangghystau
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map44°00'00.0"N (44.0000000°)54°00'00.0"E (54.0000000°)

Subregions in Mangghystau

There are 6 administrative subregions in Mangghystau.
Subregions in Mangghystau
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
Aqtau Qalasy Aqtaū Qalasy1.---
Beyneu Audany Beyneū Aūdany2.---
Mangghystau Audany Mangghystaū Aūdany3.---
Qaraqiya Audany Qaraqīya Aūdany4.---
Tupqaraghan Audany Tupqaraghan Aūdany5.---
Zhangaozen Qalasy Zhangaözen Qalasy6.---

External sources of information on Mangghystau

Mangghystau on Wikipedia