Pamir National Park
The Pamir National Park (also known as Pamersky, Pamirsky or Tajik National Park) is a national park and nature reserve in eastern Tajikistan. It was established in 1992. In 1989-1992, Anvar J. Buzurukov (as the head of the Protected Areas Department of the Ministry of the Environment) initiated, planned and led scientific feasibility studies and the international scientific camp “Pamir-90″ towards establishing the first national and natural parks in the Tajik SSR, the biggest mountain park in USSR. The free copy of report “Brief scientific feasibility study and proposed pre-project activities for establishing the Pamir national park (PNP) and selected materials of the international scientific camp “Pamir-90″ (Russian text and some maps in English) may be requested in email@example.com In July 1992, the biggest high mountain park in USSR- Pamir National Park with total area 1.2 million hectares was designated by Tajikistan Government (the Decision No. 267 of July, 20, 1992), now park called the Tajik National Park, a year before the same team established the first nature reserve in Tajikistan, the Shirkent Nature Park). It stretches about 2,6 mill.ha which is 18% of the total size of Tajikistan. It includes parts of the Pamir Mountains.In 2001 its area was increased to 2.6 million hectares by the Order of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan No. 253.
- The Pamir National Park (also known as Pamersky, Pamirsky or Tajik National Park) is a national park and nature reserve in eastern Tajikistan.