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Issyk – Kul

Issyk – Kul lake Issyk Kul is known locally as the “Pearl of Kyrgyzstan.” It is a large lake surrounded by mountains and one of the most prominent touristic highlights of the country. Issyk Kul lake was formed roughly 25 million years ago and has an endorheic basin. Issyk Kul is located at an altitude […]

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Central Asian Capitals

5 Central Asian Capitals: The capital of Kazakhstan – Nur-Sultan The capital of Kyrgyzstan – Bishkek The capital of Tajikistan – Dushanbe The capital of Turkmenistan – Ashgabat The capital of Uzbekistan – Tashkent The capitals of Central Asia Five countries with one common past – that’s how to describe the five nations that comprise […]

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Central Asia in World Museums

Central Asia in World Museums The cultural and historical heritage of Central Asia is displayed in different museums around the world. Here we list some of the museums that provide online access to the Central Asian objects, as well as a list of museums in Central Asia. The State Hermitage Museum The Hermitage in St. […]

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Kazakhstan – Top Places to See

Kazakhstan – Top Places to See As the ninth largest country in the world, Kazakhstan has many things to offer tourists. Our list showcases Kazakhstan’s cultural heritage, natural wonders and rapid modern development. ALMATY Almaty is the largest city in Kazakhstan with a population of 1.7 million people. It has myriad sightseeing opportunities, with plenty […]

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