Jizzax


Jizzax

also spelled  Dzhizak 

      city, eastern Uzbekistan. The city is located in a small oasis irrigated by the Sanzar River, northeast of Samarkand. One of the most ancient settlements of Uzbekistan, it was situated on the trade routes to the Mediterranean near Tamerlane's Gates, the only convenient passage through the Nuratau Mountains to the Zeravshan River valley. Today the city processes cotton and other local agricultural products together with building materials. Pop. (1999 est.) 126,400.

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