Sarykol ( kaz. Sarykul ) is a urban-type settlement, the center of Sarykolsky district of Kostanay region of Kazakhstan . Located in the east of the region, 6 km from the railway station Novouritsk (on the Kostanai - Kokshetau line ), on the Kostanai - Kokshetau highway. The administrative center and the only settlement of the Sarykol village administration. The KATO code is 396230100  .
|History and geography|
|Former names||until 1923 - Vsesvyatskoe|
until 1997 - Uritsky
|Center height||220 m|
|Timezone||UTC + 6|
|Population||▼ 8981  people ( 2016 )|
|Telephone code||+7 71451|
|Car code||10 (previously P, W)|
Coal is mined near the locality.
The village of Vsesvyatskoe was founded in 1898. It was named in honor of the Church of All Saints located in the village. From 1919 to 1922 the administrative center of the Vsesvyatsky district . In 1923 it was renamed to Uritsky in honor of M. S. Uritsky . In 1997, it was renamed Sarykol.
In 1999, the population of the village was 10,284 people (5,011 men and 5,273 women)  . According to the 2009 census , 9469 people (4594 men and 4875 women) lived in the village  .
As of January 1, 2016, the population of the village was 8,981 people (4,416 men and 4,565 women)  .
- The population of the Republic of Kazakhstan by sex in the context of regions, cities, districts, district centers and townships as of January 1, 2016 . Committee on Statistics of the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The appeal date is April 4, 2016.
- KATO Base . Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Statistics. Archived March 10, 2013.
- Results of the National Census of the Republic of Kazakhstan 2009 . Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Statistics. Archived on February 27, 2013.