Turkestan is divided into 9 cultural and geographic regions that have no adminsitrative power. The geographic regions follow similar boundaries to the former nations, and have their own regional language and ethnic majority. These geographic regions are then divided into Provinces, which are represented in the Grand Royal Assembly of Turkestan. Provinces are then divided into Districts, which are the subdivided into individual Villages, Towns and Cities.
Geographic/Cultural Regions of Turkestan
Azeri RegionThe Azeri Region, formerly known as Azerbaijan, is one of two Exclaves of Turkestan, bordering the Caspian Sea to the East, Armenia to the West, Iran to the South and Russia to the North. The Azeri Region has a Azerbaijani Majority, and the major spoken language of the region is Azerbaijani. The Azeri Region also includes the Nakhchivan Province, which is also an Exclave.
The Kazakh Region is the largest region of Turkestan by far, holding the same boundaries of the former nation of Kazakhstan. The region has a multi-ethnic majority, with over 131 major ethnic groups within the region. However its majority language is Kazakh, aswell as its ethnic majority.
Kyrgyz RegionTHe Kyrgyz Region follows the boundaries of the former nation of Kyrgyzstan, with the major ethnic group being the Kyrgyz People, and Kyrgyz Language is the majority langauge.
The Smolensk Region covers the north-west provinces, former Russian Federal Subjects of Bashkor, Tatar, Samar, and Chuvash. The Smolensk Region has several different ethnic majorities such as Bashkor and Tatar, with the major languages of Tatar and Bashkor also being the major spoken languages.
The Tajik Region follows the borders of the former nation of Tajikistan, with the Tajik People being the main ethnicities, and Tajik being the main language, however Russian is also a major ethnicity and language in the region, mroe so compared to other regions.
The Turkmen Region follows the boundaries of former Turkmenistan, the Turkmen Region is the home of the Turkmen people, with Turkestan's official language, Turkmen being the majority language.
The Uyghur Region, also known as the Tibet-Qinghai Region, is located to the south-west of the country, encompassing the provinces of Tibet and Qinghai, home of the Tibetans. The major languages spoken are Tibetan and Standard Chinese, while Mandarin Chinese also holds a majority.
The Uzbek Region is the home of the Uzbeks, following the boundaries of former Uzbekistan, the region is home to the Uzbek majority, speaking Uzbek and Russian.
Provinces and Districts of Turkestan
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