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Atrek

 

(Seliakha, Suliakha), a river in Iran and the Turkmen SSR, running along the Soviet-Iranian border. It is 669 km long, and its area in the mountain portion of the basin is 27,300 sq km. The source is the Turkmen-Khurasan mountains; within Iran the river flows in a narrow valley. The Atrek empties into the Caspian Sea, forming a swampy delta. In the mountains the river is fed by snow and rain. The river’s high-water period occurs in the spring and early summer, and the constant low-water period occurs in late summer and winter. The water reaches the Caspian Sea only during the high-water period and during the remaining time is diverted for irrigation. The main tributary of the Atrek is the Sumbar (on the right).

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In addition to Atrek and other rivers, there are other border waters such as reservoirs, dams, ponds, springs, creeks, etc., all of which have been clearly referred to.
When winter arrived, they moved south to the rivers Atrek and Gyurgyan, where the riverside vegetation was very rich.
We commonly assume that 1733 was the year of this poet's birth: "I am a Circassian by birth, my home country is the Atrek, and my name is Magtymguly." His father, whom he revered with profound filial piety, was Dovletmammed-Azadi, a highly educated man for his time, a poet and philosopher and author of the treatise "Vagzy-Azat," extremely rich in its moral-philosophical content.
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The Kara Kum desert is bounded by oases watered by Amu Darya River in the north and the Murgap, Tejen, Atrek rivers descending from the Kopetdag Gershi and other mountains in the south.
The Kara Kum desert is bounded by a series of oases watered by the Amu Darya in the north and by rivers (the Murgap, Tejen, Atrek) descending from the Kopetdag Gershi and other mountains in the south.
Turkmenistan borders Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran and Afghanistan and uses water resources in accordance with the agreed quotas from four trans-boundary rivers, Amu Darya, Tejen (aka Hari in Afghanistan), Atrek and Murghab.
Turkmenistan borders on Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran and Afghanistan and uses water resources coming in accordance with agreed quotas from four transboundary rivers: the Amu Darya, Tejen, Atrek and Murgab.
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Atrek Dance Collective: 314.283.2154; www.atrekdance.org; dancers@atrekdance.org
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