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Tourism in Kyrgyzstan

Tourism in Kyrgyzstan

Tourist places in Kyrgyzstan

 

 

General information about Kyrgyzstan

It is a country located in Central Asia, bordering China, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Its capital is Bishkek. Independence from the Soviet Union in late 1991. The Kyrgyz Republic is located in the eastern part of Central Asia. It shares its eastern border with the East Turkestan region, and it is currently affiliated with the People’s Republic of China. Kyrgyzstan is bordered on the north by the Republic of Kazakhstan, on the west by the Republic of Uzbekistan, and on the southwest by the Republic of Tajikistan, and all the borders of Kyrgyzstan are surrounded by Muslim-majority countries.

 

The climate of Kyrgyzstan is continental extremes with fluctuations. Cold over heights, the tallest snow covers its peaks. It is warm in the central plains, where the mountains are a natural protection for it. This is one of the reasons for Russian immigrants gathered in this easy. Their proportion has risen to a third of the population of Kyrgyzstan. The rain falling on the intermediate region. It is sufficient for the growth of forests and steppe weeds in some regions of Kyrgyzstan.

Culture and history

Kyrgyzstan is the only ex-Soviet republics in Central Asia besides Kazakhstan to maintain Russian as the official language. The Kyrgyz language was added to the official language in September 1991, in an attempt to attract Russians not to immigrate from the newly independent country.

The Kyrgyz language belongs to the Turkic group of languages ​​and was written in the Arabic alphabet until the twentieth century. It was replaced by the Latin alphabet adopted in 1928, and later replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet in 1941.

Generally speaking, people understand the Russian language all over the country, with the exception of some mountainous regions. Russian is the mother tongue of the majority of Bishkek residents, and most business and political affairs are conducted in this language.

 

Until the present time, Kyrgyz remained a language spoken in homes, and it was rarely used during meetings or other events. However, most parliamentary sessions today take place in Kyrgyz, with interpretation available for those who are not native speakers.

Tourist areas

 

Kyrgyzstan is the only ex-Soviet republics in Central Asia besides Kazakhstan to maintain Russian as the official language. The Kyrgyz language was added to the official language in September 1991, in an attempt to attract Russians not to immigrate from the newly independent country.

The Kyrgyz language belongs to the Turkic group of languages ​​and was written in the Arabic alphabet until the twentieth century. It was replaced by the Latin alphabet adopted in 1928, and later replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet in 1941.

Generally speaking, people understand the Russian language all over the country, with the exception of some mountainous regions. Russian is the mother tongue of the majority of Bishkek residents, and most business and political affairs are conducted in this language.

Until the present time, Kyrgyz remained a language spoken in homes, and it was rarely used during meetings or other events. However, most parliamentary sessions today take place in Kyrgyz, with interpretation available for those who are not native speakers.

Tourist areas

Alatou Square
It is located in the center of the capital, Bishkek, on Prospect Street, and in the statue of the famous leader “Manas”, in addition to the Banfo Love Park and the Historical Museum on the same street.

Art Museum
It is located in the city of Bishkek on the Sovetskia Street, which includes many ancient artifacts and monuments that belong to the city. Russian Drama Theater and Kyrgyz Drama Theater are located in the capital, Bishkek.

 

 

Botanical garden
It is located in the city of Bishkek, and it is the largest park in the republic, which grows more than 25,000 species of trees and is distinguished by its wonderful and picturesque views.

The city of Osh
It is an ancient historical city, distinguished by its traditional buildings and wonderful designs, and it includes the Mount of the Prophet Solomon.

The city of Tlass
It is one of the oldest cities in the republic, and it is the birthplace of the Kyrgyz grandfather and the national hero of the region, who is called “Manas”.

Alamuddin River
It is about 40 kilometers from the capital, Bishkek, and it is a river between two mountains coming from the top of the mountains due to melting snow, and on its sides there are many pools dating back to the Communist era.

The city of Gladabad
This city is famous for its picturesque nature and abundant with walnut gardens and mineral springs.