Turkmenistan, it is a country in Central Asia. The capital of Turkmenistan is Ashgabat.
It lies in the south-west of Central Asia, borders on Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan in the north and northeast, on the Caspian Sea in the west and on Iran in the south. It is a landlocked country on the Caspian Sea, the second largest national republic of Central Asia after Kazakhstan, one of the southernmost former Soviet republics and one of the most populous countries in the world. Their size makes up 2.2% of the former Soviet Union and ranks fourth in the former Soviet Republic. With the exception of the eastern mountains, most of Turkmenistan is flat and dry, covered by plains, deserts, rolling hills and dry meadows. Karagum ("black sand") covers 80% of Turkmenistan (low and remote areas in western and central Turkmenistan) and is largely uninhabited. It extends across all areas except the border area and is characterized by short dwarf shrubs, large, crescent-shaped dunes and cracked, baked clay surfaces, which are known as tucker.
The political map shows the major cities, roads, capitals, borders and neighboring countries.
Konye Urgench, located in northeast Turkmenistan, Konye Urgench is a city in the region, Urgench is the name of the ancient city and Khwarezm is the capital. Dekhistan is located in the western part of Turkmenistan near the Caspian Sea. The city is located in the Misrian Valley and is one of the most diverse attractions in Central Asia. Dekhistan is proud of its charming old residential towers and landmarks from the 12th and 10th centuries as well as one of the oldest mosques in the early Islamic era of Islam. The city of Salas is a desert garden city in the Ahal region of Turkmenistan. This city is an important desert garden on the Silk Road. The tomb of Sufi Abul Faz (also known as Syracuse Baba) is in Saragh. Sheik Ahmed Al Khady's internship also exists in the city and is known as the Catacombs of Yarty Gumbez.