Villages of Kyzylorda region – Excursion to the village of Aiteki-Bi –
Ayteke Bi (Ayteke bi, until 1996, Novokazalinsk) is a locality in the Kyzylorda region in the south of Kazakhstan. The administrative center of Kazalinsky district is located 280 km northwest of the city of Kyzylorda. To the northeast of the settlement runs the M32 expressway, which continues north in Aktobe and Oral to the Russian border, and then continues south to Turkestan and Shymkent.
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The village of Aiteki-Bi is located in the Kyzylorda region, Kazalinsky district, Located 12 km north of the city of Kazalinsk. GPS coordinates: 45°51'06" N 62°08'59" E
The appearance of Aiteki-Bi is connected with the construction of the Transaral railway in the early 20th century, the line of which was supposed to connect Orenburg and Tashkent. Initially, there was only a railway station of the fishing village of Kazalinsk, located twelve kilometers away. At the station, fish caught in the Aral Sea were transported to other regions of the Russian Empire. In 1904, fish processing enterprises appeared at the station, and over time a separate settlement called Novokazalinsk was formed around the station. Since 1958, the settlement has been the administrative center of the Kazalinsky district, previously it was the eponymous city of Kazaly. After Kazakhstan gained independence, this place was named in his honor in 1996 in honor of Ayteke Bi.
Aiteki-Bi is a village in the Kyzylorda region