Gʻuzor

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Gʻuzor

Gʻuzor / Ғузoр
Town
Гузар. Узбекистан. 2000.jpg
Gʻuzor is located in Uzbekistan
Gʻuzor
Gʻuzor
Location in Uzbekistan
Coordinates: 38°37′15″N 66°14′53″E / 38.62083°N 66.24806°E / 38.62083; 66.24806Coordinates: 38°37′15″N 66°14′53″E / 38.62083°N 66.24806°E / 38.62083; 66.24806
CountryFlag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan
RegioneQashqadaryo Region
DistrictGuzar District
Population
 (2005)
 • Total22,700[1]
The Polish War Cemetery in G'uzor

Gʻuzor also spelled as Guzar (Uzbek: Gʻuzor / Ғузoр; Russian: Гузар; Tajik: Гузор; Persian: گذار‎) is a town in Qashqadaryo Region of Uzbekistan. It serves as the administrative center of Guzar District. The town's population in 2005 was 22,700.[2]

The town is home to a Polish War cemetery, one of many along the route that General Anders' army took during the Second World War. Polish War Cemetery in Guzar.

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