Turkmenbashi, formerly known as Krasnovodsk, is in , . In 1717, Russian Prince Alexander Bekovich-Cherkassky landed and established a secret fortified settlement on this location, where the dry bed of a former mouth of the Amu-Darya River once emptied into the Caspian Sea.

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Arabic:  تركمانباشي Armenian:  Թուրքմենբաշի Azerbaijani:  Türkmənbaşı Belarusian:  Горад Туркменбашы Bulgarian:  Туркменбаши Chechen:  Туркменбаши Chinese:  土庫曼巴希 Eastern Mari:  Туркменбаши Georgian:  თურქმენბაში Greek:  Τουρκμένμπασι Hebrew:  טורקמנבאשי Japanese:  トルクメンバシ Korean:  투르크멘바시 Lithuanian:  Turkmėnbašis Persian:  ترکمن‌باشی Polish:  Turkmenbaszy Portuguese:  Turkmenbachi Romanian:  Türkmenbaşî
Russian:  Красноводск Russian:  Туркменбашы Serbian:  Туркменбаши Spanish:  Krasnovodsk Tatar:  Төрекмәнбашы Ukrainian:  Туркменбаші Urdu:  ترکمنباشی، ترکمانستان Uzbek:  Turkmanboshi Veps:  Turkmenbaši Western Panjabi:  ترکمان باشی Krasnowodsk Krassnowodsk TMKRA TMKRW Turkmenbasy Türkmenbashy Türkmenbaşı

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