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Physical Map of Uzbekistan with state boundaries, relief, major rivers, lakes, highland areas, highest peak, important cities, and more.
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Uzbekistan's Quick Facts

Land Area 425,400 km2
Water Area 22,000 km2
Total Area 447,400 km2
Population 29,473,614
Population Density 65.88 / km2
Government Type Presidential Republic; Highly Authoritarian
GDP (PPP) $202.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $6,500
Currency Som (UZS)
Largest Cities
  • Tashkent (2,517,381)
  • Samarkand (578,762)
  • Namangan (528,763)
  • Andizhan (442,863)
  • Nukus (338,175)
Uzbekistan Flag:
Flag of Uzbekistan

The flag of Uzbekistan was officially adopted on November 18, 1991.

The flag features a new moon symbol and one white star for every month of the year. The blue is representative of water and sky; white represents peace; green represents the fertile land, and the two red stripes are symbolic of the people.

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Uzbekistan Coat of Arms:
Flag of Uzbekistan

The emblem of Uzbekistan was adopted July 2, 1992 and bears a khumo (symbolizing happiness and love of freedom) bordered by cotton and wheat.

The Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers are depicted behind the khumo, and the star of Rub El Hizb is displayed at the top.

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