Excursion to Beineu village from Aktau –
Settlements of Beineu district of Mangistau region –
Beineu is a village, the most populous village in Kazakhstan, founded in 1916. The village is also the railway station of Beineu district of Mangystau region and the center of Beineu rural district. Beineu is located at an altitude of 6 meters above sea level, and the number of inhabitants is 53286 people. The area around Beineu is almost deserted, there are less than two inhabitants per square kilometer, the area around Beineu is barren, vegetation is practically absent.
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The village of Beineu is located in the Mangystau region, Beineu district.
GPS coordinates: 45°19'29"N 55°11'45"E
From 1948 to 1963, the first stage of development of the Beineu region was completed. The second stage begins with the construction and commissioning in 1963 of the Makat-Mangistau, Beineu-Konyrat railways. Beineu station has become a junction of nine roads, the gateway of Kazakhstan to Central Asia. The area passed from the status of a village to the status of a city in the 1970s after the discovery of an oil field. On January 26, 1965, in connection with the resolution of the executive committee of the Guryev Regional Council No. 17 "on the transfer of the center of the Embinsky Village Council", the village council located in the locality of Molkat of the Embinsky district was transferred to Beineu. After the elections of local councils held in the same year, the village Council was renamed the Beineu City Council. The previously considered Embinsky district settlement council of Beineu was transferred to the Mangistau district from August 16, 1967.
Beineu village in Mangystau region