Kant Destination Guide
Delve into Kant in Kyrgyzstan!
Kant in the region of Chüy with it's 20,181 residents is located in Kyrgyzstan - some 13 mi (or 21 km) East of Bishkek, the country's capital.
Current time in Kant is now 08:23 PM (Thursday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Bishkek" with an UTC offset of 6 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Fergana, Andijan, Taraz, Taldykorgan, Moldovanovka or Pervomayskoye. While being here, make sure to check out Milyanfan, Kant, Denisovka, Kirshelk, Dyuksemburg and Imeni Gagarina as well. We also found some pictures.
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Interesting facts about this location
Stadion Sportkompleks Abdysh-Ata
Stadion Sportkompleks Abdysh-Ata is a multi-use stadium in Kant, Kyrgyzstan. It is currently used mostly for football matches and serves as the home stadium for Abdish-Ata Kant of the Kyrgyzstan League. The stadium has a capacity of 3,000 people.
Kant is a town in the Chuy Valley of northern Kyrgyzstan, some 20 kilometres east of Bishkek. It is the administrative center of the Ysyk-Ata District (formerly Kant District). Kant was established in 1928. The Kyrgyz word for sugar is "kant", and the city received its name when a sugar plant was built there in the 1930s. (It is an often repeated myth that the town was named after the German philosopher Immanuel Kant). Kant is an industrial and service center.
Ysyk-Ata District is one of the eight districts of Chuy Province in the northern Kyrgyzstan. The administrative center of the district is the city of Kant, and the district itself was known as Kant District in the past. The district is located on the southern side of the Chui River, about halfway between the national capital Bishkek and the former provincial capital Tokmok.
Bergtal, also sometimes spelt Bergthal and renamed Rotfront in 1927, is a settlement 60 kilometers east of Bishkek in the Chuy Province of Kyrgyzstan, near the border of Kazakhstan. Originally settled by Germans, a significant minority remains.
Located at 42.89, 74.85 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Korday or Kordai is a village in Zhambyl Province of Kazakhstan, and the administrative center of that province's Korday District. It has been formerly known under its old Russian name of Georgievka. European route E40, known locally as Highway M-39 (based on the old USSR highway numbering scheme), on its way from Bishkek to Almaty crosses the Chu River at Korday, making Korday border crossing arguably the most important crossing on the Kazakh-Kyrgyz border.
Located at 42.89, 74.85 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 12 mi away.
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