Kyrgyzstan is a fascinating country, with its incredible natural landscapes, unique culture and traditions of mountain nomads and its wonderful applied decorative art. Millions of tourists visit this country to get acquainted with its culture and nature.
Unfortunately, not so many historical monuments have remained in Kyrgyzstan, as in neighboring Uzbekistan, but they still impress the tourists with its rich history of the Kyrgyz people.more...
The most interesting historical and architectural places of Kyrgyzstan:
Unique nature of Kyrgyzstan. Most of the territory of Kyrgyzstan is occupied by the Tien Shan and Pamir mountains with snow-capped peaks, glaciers, lakes, canyons, waterfalls, rivers and in intermountain valleys there are magnificent pastures. The nature of Kyrgyzstan can be compared to the nature of Switzerland, New Zealand and Mongolia.
- Inylchek Glacier;
- Peak of Victory;
- Khan-Tengri peak;
- Lenin Peak;
- Issyk-Kul Lake;
- Lake Son-Kul;
- Lake Sary-Chelek;
- Konorchek Canyons;
- Waterfalls of Barskauna;
- The Rock Kingdom of Aksu Gorge;
- Karavshin Gorge;
- Cave Chil-Ustun
Culture, traditions, arts and crafts of Kyrgyzstan:.
Kyrgyzstan has preserved the age-old traditions of the indigenous Kyrgyz people, whose ancestors were mountain nomads. A unique centuries-old culture and ethnography is a highlight of Kyrgyzstan