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Kyrgyzstan country


Kyrgyzstan is one of the most interesting destinations in Central Asia. Kyrgyzstan is visited by many tourists from all over the world. Kyrgyzstan has many beautiful mountains. Kyrgyzstan is a country of untouchable nature, nomadic culture and hospitable people.  Kyrgyzstan's area is about 198,5 square kilometers. The population of Kyrgyzstan makes more than 5 million people. More than 93% of the country make mountains of Tien Shan. Our country boasts with its high mountains, beautiful lakes and pleasing towns and villages, which is full of culture and history. Kyrgyzstan is not only part of the Great Silk Road but the extension link that connected the ancient Rome with China.
Kyrgyzstan is rich in diversity of flora and fauna. There are  80 species of mammals, 330 species of birds, 50 species of fish and about 30 different species of reptiles. The argali, snow leopard, bears, badgers, camels, eagles, foxes, hawks, marmots, wolves and yaks are the local most exotic animals which makes the fauna of the country very special. 
People of Kyrgyzstan
The main distinguishing character of Kyrgyz is hospitality. Kyrgyz people say that all guests God- sent. That explains why they are so welcoming to strangers. They are going to be very curious and will ask you the questions like «where you are from?», «what is about your family?», as well as "what places which you have already visited?"  If you happen to be somewhere in a remote place, then the owners will always be happy to suggest you food and tea. Kyrgyz people follow all their ancient traditions and customs.  People respect their mother- nature. During your tour in Kyrgyzstan you are going to enjoy our nature, which has retained its virginity. 
The capital of Kyrgyzstan is a city named Bishkek starting from 1878. Bishkek is a young city and it counts only 135 years. Due to its beautiful parks and boulevards it is considered to be one of the greenest cities in Central Asia. On Aug. 31, 1991 Kyrgyzstan has become an independent state apart from the Soviet Union.  Since then it is a very important national holiday renowned every year.