Farab

Farab

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Farab Raion, Chardzhou Oblast, Turkmen SSR. Located on the right bank of the Amu Darya, 8 km from Chardzhou. Farab has a railroad station on the Chardzhou-Bukhara line.

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International road transport of goods is carried out through the following border crossing points: Artyk, Gawdan, Sarahs, Bekdash, Gudryolum, ferry crossings to the cities of Turkmenbashi, Dashoguz, Konye Urgench, Farab, Gazojak, Talimarjan, Imam Nazar and Serhetabat.
Besides visits to Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand, the photographer toured the Merv District (modern Mary province), Chardjew(present-day Turkmenabat), Farab.
(2) Born in 873 AD in Farab, a city in Transoxiana (current day Kazakhstan) and died in 950 AD in Baghdad.
In particular, this paper will explore the city of Farab, also known as Otrar, birthplace of Abu Nasr Muhammad Al-Farabi, one the earliest Islamic intellectuals who contributed to the inter-cultural dialogue of East and West with the transmission of Greek doctrines of Plato and Aristotle to the Muslim world.
The dam and power stations construction contract was signed on 16 October 2010 with Farab Sepasad Company.
Another team of Bhara Kau police nabbed Wahid and Farab Raza allegedly involved in theft case and recovered stolen items worth Rs 1,50,000 from them.
The authors are both construction professionals with Farab Co., an international energy and water contractor.
Known eventually in the Arabic world as "the Second Teacher," after Aristotle, Alfarabi was born about 870 A.D., we are told, in either Farab, Kazakhstan or Faryab, Turkestan.
He pointed to the successful implementation of Tajikistan's Sangtoudeh-II power plant project by Iran, and said, "Iran enjoys high-level expertise in the construction of hydroelectric power plants in the world and two Iranian companies, namely Farab and Ab-Niroo, are ready to be active partners in such projects in Tajikistan." Sadri rejected some media reports that the volume of Iran-Tajikistan cooperation has declined, and said, "The interest shown by the officials of Iran and Tajikistan in the expansion of bilateral ties indicates that the level of the two countries' cooperation has not declined, and rather increased." In April 2013, Iran and Tajikistan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to complete a strategic tunnel in the Central Asian country.
Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn Mohammad Ibn Tarkhan Ibn Uzalagh Al Farabi (AD870-950), a Muslim of Persian descent who was born in the city of Farab in the Khorasan province of today's Iran, studied in Baghdad with Christian scholars, including the cleric Yuhannah Ibn Haylan, Yahya Ibn Adi and Abu Ishaq Ebrahim Al Baghdadi.
Development contract of Kish gas field, in the form of a finance service contract, was signed this time last year between Petroleum Engineering and Development Company as contractor and a consortium consist of Nardis, Farab and Namvaran companies.