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Tajikistan, officially Republic of Tajikistan, Tajik Tojikiston or Jumhurii Tojikiston, Tajikistan also spelled Tadzhikistan, country lying in the heart of Central Asia.
Much of Tajikistan is unsuitable for human habitation, but those desert and semidesert lands suitable for irrigated farming have been turned into flourishing oases, with cotton plantations, gardens, and vineyards.
The population density is also high in the large villages strung out in clusters along the foothill regions.
The corresponding January figures are 30 °F (−1 °C) and 36 °F (2 °C), respectively.
In very cold winters, temperatures of −4 °F (−20 °C) and lower have been recorded.
Russians no longer dominate Dushanbe’s ethnic mixture; they constitute less than one-third of the city’s inhabitants.
In Tajikistan, as in the rest of Central Asia, there has been a general trend toward ruralization.
The largest are the western portion of the Fergana Valley in the north and the Gissar, Vakhsh, Yavansu, Obikiik, Lower Kofarnihon (Kafirnigan), and Panj (Pyandzh) valleys to the south.Since 1970 the urban proportion of the population has declined, in part because the rate of natural population increase is greater among the rural population.s.Such settlements usually consist of 200 to 700 single-family houses built along an irrigation canal or the banks of a river.The climate of Tajikistan is sharply continental and changes with altitude.In the warm-temperate valley areas, summers are hot and dry; the mean temperature in July is 81 °F (27 °C) in Khujand (Khojand) and 86 °F (30 °C) in Kŭlob (Kulyab), farther south.