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Settlement of Amangeldy in Kostanay region.

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Towns of Kostanay region.

The settlement of Amangeldy (kaz. Amangeldi) is located 145 kilometers west of Arkalyk in the Kostanay region of Kazakhstan in the east of the Turgai hollow, on the right bank of the Kara-Torgai river at the mouth of the Zhaldama river.
The village of Amangeldy is the administrative center of the Amangeldy region. Administrative center of the Amangeldy rural district. Located 500 kilometers south of the town of Kostanai. The settlement has a historical museum of Amangeldy Imanov.
The village is named after the leader of the 1916 national liberation uprising in Kazakhstan, Amangeldy Imanov. Until 1936, the village was called Batbakkara; in 1936, by the decree of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR, the village of Batbakkara was renamed Amangeldy.
In 1999, the population of the village was 6642 people (3352 men and 3290 women). According to the 2009 census, 7569 people (3634 men and 3935 women) lived in the village. At the beginning of 2019, the population of the village was 7308 people (3509 men and 3799 women).