Uzbek: Qo‘ng‘irot / Қўнғирот
Karakalpak: Qon‘ırat / Қоңырат

Location in Uzbekistan

Coordinates: 43°02′59″N 58°51′15″E / 43.04972°N 58.85417°E / 43.04972; 58.85417Coordinates: 43°02′59″N 58°51′15″E / 43.04972°N 58.85417°E / 43.04972; 58.85417
Country  Uzbekistan
Autonomous Republic Karakalpakstan
District Qo‘ng‘irot District
Elevation 60 m (200 ft)
Population (2012)
  Total 69,000
Time zone UZT (UTC+5)
Website kungrad.com

Qo‘ng‘irot also spelled as Kungrad (Uzbek: Qo‘ng‘irot / Қўнғирот; Karakalpak: Qon‘ırat / Қоңырат; Russian: Кунград), formerly known as Zheleznodorozhny (Russian: Железнодорожный, until 1969), is a town in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan, located in the Amu Darya delta on the left bank of the river. Population: 29 810 (1989).[1]


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