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The Talas River rises in the Talas Province of Kyrgyzstan and flows west into Kazakhstan. It is formed from the confluence of the Karakol and Uch-Koshoy...
Kyrgyzstan and Karakhstan;
Talas (also known as
Taraz , is a city and a center of the Jambyl Province in Kazakhstan. It is located in the south of Kazakhstan, near the border with Kyrgyzstan, on the Talas River...
), an ancient Silk Road city in Kazakhstan
Talas is a small town in northwestern Kyrgyzstan, located in the Talas River valley between two imposing mountain ranges. Its geographical location is and its population is 32,538 . It is the administrative headquarters of Talas province. The town was founded by East Slavic settlers in 1877...
, a modern town in Central Asia
Talas Province is a province of Kyrgyzstan. Its capital is Talas. It is bordered on the west and north by Jambyl Province of Kazakhstan, on the east by Chui Province, on the south by Jalal-Abad Province and on the southwest by a finger of Uzbekistan. It is basically a U-shaped valley open to the...
Talas is a town in central Anatolia and a district of Kayseri Province in Turkey. The population of Talas city was 40,122 in 2000, while the district of Talas as a whole counted 60,925 people.-History:...
, a town and district in central Turkey, notable for Talas American College
Battle of Talas
Battle of Talas
The Battle of Talas in 751 AD was an especially notable conflict between the Arab Abbasid Caliphate and the Chinese Tang Dynasty for control not only of the Syr Darya region, but even more...
that took place in Talas Valley
The Talas alphabet, a Turkic script
Talas (band), a hard rock band from Buffalo, New York
VIA Talas were a former Yugoslav New Wave band notable as one of the participants of the Artistička radna akcija project...
, a former Yugoslav New Wave band
Typhoon Talas, a 2011 tropical cyclone
Tāla, Taal or Tal is the term used in Indian classical music for the rhythmic pattern of any composition and for the entire subject of rhythm, roughly corresponding to metre in Western music, though closer conceptual equivalents are to be found in other Asian classical systems such as the notion...
, Indian rhythm cycles (patterns of beats) of Indian Classical Music (North Indian, South Indian)
, a common name for
Celtis tala, known as Tala, is a medium size deciduous tree, native to tropical and subtropical South America. With small to medium sized spines, its one of the main components of the Gran Chaco pairies and certain areas of the argentinian pampa....
, a South American tree and its fruit