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The Kyrgyzstan is formally known as Kyrgyz Republic located in Central Asia and having the borders of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and China. Bishkek is the capital city and Osh is the second largest city of this country. The region of this country is mountainous with mountain valleys with beautiful nature and Naryn is the longest river. Kyrgyzstan's climate varies in temperature like hot and dry in summer and cold in winter. Kyrgyzstan is popular for the beauty of its natural environment dominated by the Pamir-Alai and Tien Shan mountain valleys. It has many attracting environment including glaciers, lakes, rivers and forests. The State Forest Service take the responsibilities of forests, Natural National Parks and State disclose in order to maintain it in a safely manner. Ala-Archa, Besh-Tash, Chon-Kemin, Karakol, Kara-Shoro and Kyrgyz-Ata are the famous national parks. The Sary-Chelek is famous for its beautiful walnut-fruit forests. Spruce and birch are the trees frequently observe in Kyrgyzstan. This forest consists of Wildlife animals such as golden eagle, deer, mountain goat, brown bear, wild boar, lynx and the endangered snow leopard. The Tash Rabat Caravan Saray is a stone fortress on one of the branches of the Silk Road located in between the Europe and China. The fortress has been used as a resting place for travelers. Burana Tower outside Tomok and the Uzgen Mausoleums and Tower expose the great architecture. Kyrgyzstan's population is 5,431,747 and Kyrgyz and Russian both are the official languages. The dominating religion is Muslim and the next major one is Russian Orthodox. The food structure followed by this country people are breads, soups and stews. Noodles and meat dumplings are popular and smoked horsemeat sausage is often used as food grain. Pilav is a staple dish of rice, mutton and carrots.

Kyrgyzstan Recreation, Culture and Attractions

The Kyrgyzstan has so many recreation activities in order to attract the tourists and self enjoyment. The traditional sports of this country include Horse racing and games played on horseback. Athletics, martial arts and football are other popular sports in Kyrgyzstan. Climbing and skiing are famous sports played in mountainous terrain areas. The culture followed by this area people is "Kyrgyz" and is a predominant. This culture is mostly observable on rural areas like Naryn. Kyrgyz culture is a nomadic, tribal way of life rich with in seasonal traditions and unlike neighboring societies has been hugely portable. The countryside's historic architecture is not buildings but having self-contained communities with movable homes called yurts. The traditional life followed by this people is simple but hard work surrounding animal husbandry where people have devotional to extended family and clan as well as different to men and elders is valued commonly. Kyrgyz is a modest and conservative culture. The religious Islam is the only lightly and despite relative geographic and economic isolation is consider and living within the foreign ideas and cultures. The Attractions of Kyrgyzstan are mainly located in the national capital of Bishkek is the cultural origin reflects the simple but enduring lifestyle of the Kirghiz. The outstanding attractions of Kyrgyzstan include high mountains dotted with placid blue lakes and interspersed with deep and narrow fertile valleys. Other famous attractions of this country include military museums, picturesque valleys, flea markets and specialty shops.

Kyrgyzstan Demographics

Kyrgyzstan Total Population - 5,508,626
Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz Population - 64.9%
Kyrgyzstan Uzbek Population - 13.8%
Kyrgyzstan Russian Population - 12.5%
Kyrgyzstan Dungan Population - 1.1%
Kyrgyzstan Ukrainian Population - 1%
Kyrgyzstan Uighur Population - 1%
Kyrgyzstan Other Population - 5.7%

Kyrgyzstan Education

The Kyrgyzstan is educationally advanced country by following some rules and regulations. In earlier days of education, one and only language used in curriculum is Kyrgyz. In 1992 the Ministry of Education was established and is reconstructing the study course at the educational institutions of the country. After reconstruction of education system, several foreign languages such as English, German and French were introduced within the curriculum. The Kyrgyzstan education system consists of several stages such as Pre-school education, Primary education, Secondary education and Higher education. These four levels of education provide several study programmers include additional education, professional programmers. After the successful completion of the higher education students are promoted into Bachelors and Masters Degrees. In recent years the government pays more attention on education system. Several schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutions are located all over the country in all the major cities. Here students exercise the extra study courses by following the guidance of able teachers and trainers.

Kyrgyzstan Symbols

Kyrgyzstan state Flag
Kyrgyzstan Flag
Kyrgyzstan state Flower
Kyrgyzstan Flower
Kyrgyzstan state Anthem
Kyrgyzstan Anthem
Djamil Sadykov

Kyrgyzstan History

The group of people who have no fixed home and move according to the seasons from place to place in search of food, water, and grazing land of the Kyrgyz are one of the oldest of Central Asia and are first came here about 2000 years ago. They came from the Siberian region Yenisey and formed as Kyrgyz Khanate at the beginning of the first millennium. Karakhanid Khanate was composed of Turkic tribes formed in 6th century. Balasagun is one of the most important cities having the historic architecture with most popular spot Burana-tower near to Bishkek. During the 13th century the empire was defeated by Djingis Khan then he established the Mongol Khanate. After the death of powerful emperor Mongke the Khanate was split the region into many small ones and in present this region was part of the Chagatai Khanate. After that it was transformed into the Kokand Khanate dominated by Uzbeks, but after a rebellion. At the time of 1874 the region is under the Russian Empire and after the Revolution of the Soviet Union it is formed as 16 Soviet Republics from 1936 onwards. In 1991, the country got the independence and since then it is known as the Republic of Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan Tourism

Kyrgyzstan consists of great tourist spots including high mountains, crystal lakes, many Mountain Rivers, hot summer and snowy winter. It is originated on the intersection of the Great Silk Road. The Nations, great empires and ancient centers of trade and culture are famous. Kyrgyzstan's geographical area provides its important position on the Great Silk Road. Mountains represent the symbol of the republic and they act as a border also. The Peak Mountains are located in the central part of mountain massif located in between the Ala-Archa and Alamedin Rivers. The Mountain skiing lodges and entertainment species will provide a rest. Oru-Sai, Kashka-Suu, Chong-Tash, Norus and skiing lodge in Karakol are the most popular skiing places. This country has a lot of picturesque gorges with excellent landscapes. The most famous sorts of nut-trees such as walnut-trees, almond-trees, pistachio-trees and others are frequently here. Kyrgyzstan has beautiful mountain rivers and gorgeous waterfalls, taking their clear waters down to valleys and rough streams in this area make rafting very exiting and popular. Kyrgyzstan has 2000 high mountainous lakes. The Issyk-Kul Lake is called "a pearl of Tien-Shan" and is the second biggest mountain lake after the South-American Titicaca Lake. The Issyk-Kul means "warm lake" and the lake is never freezes at all the times due to the combination of mountain and marine climate the air in Issyk-Kul valley is stuffy in summer time and the night environment is always fresh. The Kyrgyzstan Tourism provides health resorts, health centers, hotels and children's health complexes. Here the tourist can enjoy marvelous national and European cuisine, visit bars, restaurants, tennis-courts and billiards. It also offers the boat trip, horse tours, falconry, fishing and trips to picturesque mountain gorges.

Kyrgyzstan Transportation

The Kyrgyzstan does not have well equipped transportation facilities. It consists of 28,400 kilometers of roadway in which 22,400 Km way is hard-surfaced. The road and rail systems are divided into two regions such as the northern part and the southern part. The northern transportation service is integrated with the transportation networks of Kazakstan and the southern service is integrated with the Uzbekistan networks. The Ministry of Transportation, the State Civil Aviation Agency and the Bishkek Railway Department are responsible for the transportation services of this country. Kyrgyzstan is part of a large scale project to help the development of the transportation infrastructure in the heartland of Asia owned by the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. During 1990's Fuel shortage restricts the usage of vehicles. This country consists of 370 kilometers of Railway track with one main line in north. Here most of the goods are carried by trucks. Kyrgyzstan has two international airports located in Bishkek and Osh. Due to the fuel shortage this country diverts the international traffic to Almaty in Kazakstan. The regular airline services are available to Tashkent and Moscow. This country doesn't have any ports in order to communicate other countries through ships.

Kyrgyzstan Taxes

Kyrgyzstan Country Income Tax - 20%
Kyrgyzstan Country VAT - 20%
Kyrgyzstan Country Profit Tax - 10%
Kyrgyzstan Country Excise Tax - 20%
Kyrgyzstan Country Road Tax - 0.8%
Kyrgyzstan Country Customs duties Tax - 10%

Kyrgyzstan Universities

American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - 1,191 students
Osh State University, osh, Kyrgyzstan - 2,751 students
Jalal-Abad State University, Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan - 4,300 students
Kyrgyz Russian Slavic University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - 3,500 students

Kyrgyzstan Religions

Kyrgyzstan Muslim Population is 75%
Kyrgyzstan Russian Orthodox Population is 20%
Kyrgyzstan other Population is 5%

Kyrgyzstan Provinces

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - Population 1,250,000
Batken, Kyrgyzstan - Population 428,800
Chuy, Kyrgyzstan - Population 763,900
Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan - Population - 994,000
Naryn, Kyrgyzstan - Population - 271,000
Osh(Osh), Kyrgyzstan - Population - 1,299,500
Talas, Kyrgyzstan - Population - 219,800
Issyk Kul, Kyrgyzstan - Population - 437,200
Osh(shaar), Kyrgyzstan - Population - 220,000

Kyrgyzstan Government

Kyrgyzstan has a republic government and Kyrgyz Republic is the official name of this country. The administrative divisions of this country include 6 oblastlars such as Bishkek Shaary, Chuy Oblasty, Jalal-Abad Oblasty, Naryn Oblasty, Osh Oblasty, Talas Oblasty and Ysyk-Kol Oblasty and 1 city that is shaar. This is formed as a republic government in 31 August, 1991. The people with 18 years and beyond that have a right to vote in order to elect their leaders. The policy decisions are made by three major departments such as Executive, Legislative and Judicial branch. The executive branch consists of President and he is the head of the government serves for 5 years, prime minister and cabinet. Cabinet Ministers are selected by the president with the influence of the prime minister. Legislative branch is a bicameral Supreme Council consists of the Assembly of People's Representatives with 70 seats and those are elected by popular vote to serve five-year terms and the Legislative Assembly consists of 35 seats and those are elected by popular vote to serve five-year terms. Supreme Court, judges are coming under the judicial branch and are appointed for 10-year terms by the Supreme Council on recommendation of the president. Constitutional Court and Higher Court of Arbitration are also the part of judicial branch. Agrarian Party of Kyrgyzstan, Banner National Revival Party, Communist Party of Kyrgyzstan, Democratic Movement of Kyrgyzstan, Fatherland, Justice Party and Kyrgyzstan Erkin are the major political parties of this country.

Kyrgyzstan Geography

Kyrgyz Republic is the official name of this Kyrgyzstan. The Geographic coordinates of this country are 41 00 N and 75 00 E. The total area occupied by this country is 198,500 sq km (76,640 sq miles). Uzbekistan - 1,099 km, Kazakstan - 1,051 km, Tajikistan - 870 km, China - 858 km are the land boundaries of this country. This country had the Independence on 31 August 1991 and constitution was adopted in May 5, 1993. It is having 6 administrative divisions nothing but major regions and 1 city such as Bishkek, Chuy Region, Jalal-Abad Region, Naryn Region, Osh Region, Talas Region, Issyk-Kul Region are the regions and shaar is the major city. By observing the climate it is dry continental to polar in the high Tien Shan, subtropical in the southwest, Fergana Valley and temperate in north side foothill zone. The Kyrgyzstan currency is Som which is equivalent to 100 tyin. It consists of Republic government and Bishkek is the capital city of this country. The total population of this country is 5,508,626. Kyrgyz 65%, Russian 12.5%, Uzbek 13.8%, Dungan 1.1%, Ukrainian 1%, Uygur 1% are major ethinic groups. Muslim is the major religion and Russian Orthodox is the other dominating religion of this country. Russian is the official language of this country.

Kyrgyzstan Parks

Kyrgyzstan have several recreation spots which are Specially Protected Natural Territories consists of 6 State Reserves, 8 National Parks and 67 Nature Parks which are further categorized into forest, botanical, geological, multi-use and hunting and 2 Biosphere Reserves all these are recognized by UNESCO. Ala-Archa National Park is the oldest one established to protect the old Ala-Archa River and its Surroundings for the sake of society and future generations. This is just 35 km from the Bishkek and present 15 km along the canyon. Besh Tash State Park located in Talas oblast and 13 km from the Talas occupying 32411 hectares stretching some 30 km up the valley of the Besh Tash River. Karakol Natural Park is established in 1997 with a total area of 38,256 hectares including forest area of 4,767 hectares. Kyrgyz Ata Natural Park located in the Osh oblast and occuoies 1,172 hectares in order to preserve the local, natural archa forest. Saimaluu Tash State Park was recently established in 2001 in the Djalal Abad oblast along the Kurart riber. It is most popular for petroglyphs found here it is also important for its biodiversity. Salkyntor State Park is located in the Naryn oblast covers 10,448 hectares and is dedicated to the re-establishment of the Tien Shan Maral nothing but a Red Deer and also act as a recreational centre for the local population.

Kyrgyzstan Economy

The Kyrgyzstan is a small country having the less economy compared to other countries. The major economy of this country is based on trading the agricultural products. Abundant hydropower, significant deposits of gold and rare earth metals, locally exploitable coal, oil and natural gas, iron, bauxite, copper, tin, molybdenum, mercury and antimony are the natural resources of this country. The major agricultural products are tobacco, cotton, wheat and vegetables such as potatoes, sugar beets, beans, and fruits like apples, apricots, peaches, grapes, berries. Other major things of this country include sheep, goats, cattle and wool. Some small industries are established here in order to improve their structure of the economy. These industries include electric motors, transformers, cotton and wool processing, textiles, food processing, construction materials like cement, glass, slate, shoes, furniture and mining. Cotton, wool, meat, tobacco, gold, mercury, uranium, hydropower, machinery and shoes are the major exports from this country. It supplies to Switzerland, Russia, Arab Emirates, China, U.S. and Kazakhstan. It imports some products from neighborhood countries like Kazakhstan Russia, Uzbekistan, China, U.S., Germany and Netherlands. These are the major suppliers of this country. The imported products are oil and gas, machinery and equipment and foodstuffs.