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According to shoppingpicks, January in Tajikistan is usually cold and dry, with temperatures averaging around -5 degrees Celsius during the day and -10 degrees Celsius at night. Snowfall is common during this month, with occasional blizzards occurring every now and then. February brings slightly warmer temperatures to Tajikistan than in January, but it still remains quite chilly during this month as well. The average temperature during the day is 0 degrees Celsius and at night it drops to about -6 degrees Celsius. Snowfall continues to be common throughout February, but there are days with occasional rain showers occurring every now and then. March sees a slight increase in temperatures as well as less snowfall, with an average temperature of 5 degrees Celsius during the day and -2 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall also decreases significantly during this month making it feel much warmer than previous months despite lower temperatures. April marks the start of spring season in Tajikistan with temperatures rising to around 10 degrees Celsius during the day while dropping to 4 degree Celsius at night on average. Snowfall diminishes significantly making it feel much warmer than previous months despite lower temperatures. Tajikistan has a pronounced continental climate. Hot and dry in summer, cold in winter. The highest temperatures are reached in the low parts (half of the country is covered by mountains higher than 3000 meters) in the middle of summer (July) on average at 48°C. In January the mercury drops well below zero. These are extreme temperature differences that are typical of a continental climate. Most of the rain falls in the winter, but the dripping does not amount to much. Check businesscarriers for Tajikistan Economics and Business.

Tajikistan Geography and Population

Tajikistan – geography Tajikistan is a mountain country located between three major mountain systems in Central Asia. To the north are the Tian Shan mountain ranges of Kurama and Mogultau. Between them and the centrally located, very high Gissar-Alaj mountains lies the western part of the Fergana Valley with the river Syr Darja. Between two… Read More »

Tajikistan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data In Tajikistan, we have been observing stable economic growth in the last decade, which ranged from 6 to 7%. In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, GDP growth decreased to 2.2%, but in 2021 it slowly started to return to… Read More »

Tajikistan State Facts

  CAPITAL Dushanbe STATE STRUCTURE Presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION The administrative-territorial units of the Republic of Tajikistan are: Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region (taj. Viloyati Mukhtori Kuhistoni Badakhshon); region (taj. viloyat); city ​​(taj. shahr); district (taj. nokhia). SQUARE 142000 km² CLIMATE subtropical, continental OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Tajik CURRENCY Somoni POPULATION 8.5 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Tajiks (84.26%), Uzbeks (13.94%),… Read More »

Tajikistan Geography and Economy

Tajikistan – officially the Republic of Tajikistan is a landlocked country located in Central Asia. It borders Afghanistan to the south, the People’s Republic of China to the east, Kyrgyzstan to the north and Uzbekistan to the west. For much of the 20th century, the country was part of the USSR under the name of the Tajikistan Soviet Socialist Republic until its independence on December 25, 1991. Dushanbe is the capital… Read More »

Tajikistan as an Independent State

In November 1992, the communist politician E. Rachmonov became Head of State (initially President of Parliament, elected President from November 1994, confirmed in office for a further seven years in November 1999). The ongoing civil war battles v. a. escalated in the border area with Afghanistan when the Muslim forces received support from Afghan mujahideen and… Read More »

Tajikistan Travel Advice

General travel information for Tajikistan Continent: Asia Geographical location: Western Central Asia, on the Hindu Kush Highest elevation: Pik Ismoil Somoni (7495 m above sea level) Form of government: Republic System of Government: Presidential system Languages: Tajik (Persian), Russian Neighboring countries: Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, the People’s Republic of China and Afghanistan Capital: Dushanbe Area: 143,100 sq… Read More »