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Karakol is a touristic, lakeside city in the east of Kyrgyzstan, next to Lake Issyk Kul and the Tian Shan Mountains. Karakol is a beautiful place to spend a few days, experiencing the Kyrgyz culture, exploring bazaars, church, mosques, canyons, waterfalls, hot springs, and -- of course -- the lake. There are plenty of …
Osh is located in the Fergana Valley region of Kyrgyzstan and is most famous for its large and very colourful Silk Road bazaar, which is one of the biggest on the Silk Road. The bazaar is open everyday, however it tends to be busiest on the weekend. There are also several monuments, Russian churches, and museums to …
In the early nineteenth century, on the territory of today’s Bishkek, Madali Khan founded the Kokand fortress Pishpek, which had the largest garrison in the Chu Valley. The fortress was in the center of the ways of the nomads from winter to summer pastures and here, taxes were collected from caravans. The fortress was …