History of Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan's history spans the periods from ancient petroglyphs to the Great Silk Road, from the Soviet Union to the country's independence. Kyrgyzstan has long been a historically important point in the center of Asia, as it was located at the confluence of trade routes and empires. Situated right between the Chinese, Persian, Arabic, Indian, Turkic, and Russian empires, the land that forms Kyrgyzstan today has changed the history of many peoples, religions, cultures, and travelers.
The Culture of the Kyrgyz People
Traditional culture in Kyrgyzstan is a very significant phenomenon that can be easily encountered in everyday life. Kyrgyz folk traditions and customs are closely related to the nomadic way of life peculiar to Turkic and Mongolian peoples Everything is connected with nomadism: holidays, folk crafts, poetry and music, cuisine and everyday life. And to this day, despite the fact that Kyrgyzstan is a modern state, folk traditions are loved and honored here and carefully passed down from generation to generation.
Where to go
In the "Where to go" menu tab you can find all the attractions of the region of Kyrgyzstan you are interested in, or you can find a place of interest by geography, whether it is a lake, a mountain gorge or cultural and historical sites.