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The capital of Kyrgyzstan is Bishkek, which is also political, cultural and economic centre of the country. Bishkek is located in the center of the Chu valley and occupies the territory of 160 sq km, its population is about 1 million people. Being the centre of international tourism in Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek has a lot of ...
Kyrgyzstan is a magic country with beautiful mountain ranges and lakes, amazing virgin nature, original culture and unprecedented hospitality of its people. Kyrgyzstan combines the sounds of a trim yurt, clinking silence of glaciers and laugh of children...
Kyrgyzstan Airlines is the national airline of Kyrgyzstan. Being once a regional faction of the Russian airline Aeroflot, at present Kyrgyzstan Airlines has a relatively large fleet. It operates scheduled international and domestic services, as well as charter flights. Kyrgyzstan Airlines was formerly known as Aeroflot Kyrgyzstan Directorate...
Kyrgyzstan is a small mountainous republic located in conjunction of the Tien Shan and the Pamirs - two of the most highest and beautiful mountain ranges on the planet. Kyrgyzstan is a modern, democratic and sovereign state. Kyrgyzstan is among the last few unpolluted places on...
Holidays in Kyrgyzstan is an adventure filled with breathtaking natural beauty and fascinating cultural and historical discoveries. In Kyrgyzstan tourists have the possibility to travel through living history, not just among remains kept in the confines of a museum, but also experience ...
Kyrgyzstan is called the land of mountains because it is located between the two most massive mountain systems of Central Asia - the Tian-Shan Mountains (in the north, east and central parts of the country) and the Pamir Mountains (in the south and west of the country)...
Over 85% of Kyrgyzstan is above 1000 m and 40% of the territory is above 3000 m. This relief was formed by two mountain systems Pamir and Tien-Shan. Average altitude of Kyrgyzstan is 2500 m. Three summits of Kyrgyzstan are higher than 7000 m. They are: Lenin Peak...
Peak Lenin is one of only five 7000 meter peaks in the former USSR. The others 7 000 meter peaks are: Peak Communism (7495 m) and Peak Korzhenevsky (7105 m), both in the Pamirs, Peak Pobeda (7439 m) and Khan Tengri (7010 m) in the Tien Shan...
Peak Pobeda is the highest summit of the Tian-Shan mountain range with the height of 7439 meters. From both Pobeda Peak and Khan-Tengri Peak Yuzhny Inylchek glacier starts, which is considered one of the longest glaciers on the planet (its length exceeds 60 km). Pobeda Peak is the northernmost 7000 meter peak...
One of the highest peaks on the Pamirs is Peak Lenin (7134 m). It is located in the central part of the Zaalai mountain range and belongs administratively to Chong Alai district of Kyrgyz Republic. Peak Lenin is as a huge mountain range, which consists of snow and ice, stretching from Krylenko...

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