Tours in Kyrgyzstan attract with their history, where tourists can rent a car and learn interesting facts. The history of Kyrgyzstan goes far back and has ancient roots. You can also get interesting information. In the article you will find some historical facts, but also in the tours do not miss the opportunity to learn a lot of information from guides, local residents, nomads.
Traveling around Kyrgyzstan, you will be able to observe ancient writings on gorges, study petroglyphs on stones, which can tell you many interesting facts about ancient nomads. As you know, nomads moved with cattle, Yurt, and staff, in search of the best pasture. The history of Kyrgyzstan totals about 2000 years and dates back as indicated in historical sources to 201 BC.
To learn a lot of history, you can get to know the Kyrgyz people, rent a car and travel around the mountains. You will also be able to enjoy the culture and art of how the life of the ancient people was born. Our company advises you to visit the ancient Museum under the open sky is located on the Issyk Kul, in Cholpon-Ata. This place is the center of spiritual life and can tell tourists about the Bronze Age. Walking around this place, it is impossible not to see rock paintings depicted on the stones, such as scenes of hunting, dancing, and communication, as well as animals such as goats, horses, and bulls.
According to historical notes, the story begins in 201 BC as indicated in Chinese sources. The ancient history stretches from 1000 BC to 300 AD. Information indicates that there were five nationalities that attacked the Huns, as mentioned in the "Historical notes". Some information was also provided by the historian Ban Gu in the Chronicles of Han Shu. According to the scientists that in ancient time the territory of the Kyrgyz people was the Eastern Turkestan.
People assume that the period from 1200-1400 was marked as dark and bloody, as there were numerous Mongol raids. They were able to come and conquer the developed culture of the Turks at that time. Guests can rent a car and find out that in 1207 Genghis Khan took over the Yenisei Kyrgyz. Events later show that in the 12th and 15th centuries, the nomads of past centuries converted to Islam due to the strong influence of Persian, Turkic, and Arab traders.
Become a guest of our company and you will be able to learn how people moved to the territory of present-day Kyrgyzstan from southern Siberia in the 15th century. Our company will offer you excellent conditions for tours. People from the 15th century to the beginning of the 19th century did not have their own statehood. At that time, there were tribes that wanted to unite and create a single state with a single leader. As a result, the idea did not become a reality and there were tribes with views on independence and a political system.
The Kyrgyz people wanted to be part of the Russian Empire from the beginning of the 18th century to the beginning of the 19th century. They even sent their representatives to tell them about their intentions to join the Russian Empire. In the past, the North of the Kyrgyz suffered from threats from all sides. Threats to them come from external and internal sides. The South did not want to join and was against this idea so it was joined by force. As a result, the annexation led from a nomadic lifestyle to a sedentary and agricultural one.
In 1917, at the beginning of the 20th century, the Bolsheviks came to win power from the Russian Empire. They were against exploitation and wanted all people to be equal. after that, the Soviet Union came into existence. After that, the country began to develop the political and cultural sphere in the country, as well as the means of education began to develop. As a result, statehood was replaced by an Autonomous region rather than a Republic. The darkest thing in these times was that the ban on faith or religion, all eventually led to the murder of innocent people.
Kyrgyzstan gained independence in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. People wanted to live in independence and had plans for the future, but the collapse eventually led to a decline in living standards, a crisis in the economic, political and social fields, as well as unemployment. After gaining independence, Kyrgyzstan has its own flag and anthem, as well as the country's coat of arms. Kyrgyzstan joined the UN in 1992 and adopted a Constitution in 1993. The country was eventually unstable and led to internal conflicts. Residents of Kyrgyzstan were dissatisfied with the government and the economy. There were 2 revolutions in the country in 2005 and 2010. Today, the country is calm and pleasant to conduct various tours with the study of history.
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