Sukhbaatar

Sükhbaatar (Mongolian: ?????????) is one of the 21 aimags of Mongolia, situated in the east of the nation. Its capital is Baruun-Urt. It is named after Damdin Sükhbaatar. Substance [hide] 1 Population 2 Transportation 3 Administrative Subdivision 4 References Population[edit] Sükhbaatar aimag populace [1][2][3][4][5][6][7] 1950 est. 1956 census 1963 census 1969 census 1975 est. 1979 census 1981 est. 1989 census 1991 est. 1993 est. 27,800 30,700 32,100 35,300 39,900 43,000 44,600 50,800 57,408 56,084 1994 est. 1996 est. 1998 est. 2000 census 2002 est. 2004 est. 2005 est. 2008 est. 2009 est. 57,546 56,534 55,523 55,511 54,529 53,935 52,768 53,785 54,363 Transportation[edit] The Baruun-Urt Airport (UUN/ZMBU) has one unpaved runway and is served by customary flights to Ulaanbaatar. Regulatory Subdivision[edit] Aggregates of Sükhbaatar The Aimag capital Baruun-Urt is geologically situated inside the Sükhbaatar total, yet administrated freely. The Sums of Sükhbaatar aimag Sum Mongolian Sum populace 2008 est.[7] Sum populace 2009 est.[8] Sum focus populace 2009 est. Asgat ????? 1,775 1,806 538 Baruun-Urt ??????-??? 15,549 16,249 13,859* Bayandelger ?????????? 4,560 4,568 1,169 Dariganga ????????? 2,884 2,853 639 Erdenetsagaan ???????????? 6,309 6,439 2,813 Halzan ?????? 1,622 1,598 566 Mönhhaan ???????? 4,335 4,213 1,189 Naran ????? 1,466 1,477 336 Ongon ????? 3,638 3,646 1,261 Sükhbaatar ????????? 3,263 3,197 631 Tümentsogt ????????? 2,339 2,404 1,106 Tüvshinshiree ??????????? 3,035 3,030 610 Uulbayan ??????? 3,010 2,883 766