The history of Kyrgyzstan is ancient and rich. Many guests of the country can take advantage of the chance to rent a car and go on an exciting journey. In the tours, you can reveal interesting facts and historical details. The country has experienced many events to date. Of course, you will not get acquainted with the history of Kyrgyzstan just by reading an article. Tourists will be able to travel around the country and get acquainted with local residents, nomads, who will be able to tell a lot of interesting information and of course, a guide who will accompany tourists and share historical facts.
During the tour, guests of the country will be able to take advantage of the opportunity to see many beautiful places and explore the ancient history on the walls of the gorge, on the rocks. These places tell us about the ancient nomads and their life. It is Known that such people moved from pasture to pasture and took with them their cattle, staff and of course the portable dwelling of the Yurt. Yurts saved people from the cold and heat, and are easy to assemble. It is known that the history is estimated at 2000 years and dates back to 201 BC, as noted in historical sources.
You can get acquainted with the ancient history, rent a car from our company and learn how culture and art developed at that time. Do not miss the opportunity to relax in the mountains and enjoy the beautiful nature. We recommend visiting the center of spiritual life, and the place that tells us about the Bronze Age open-air Museum, which is located on Issyk Kul, in Cholpon Ata. In this place, walking through the rock garden, you can explore rock paintings that depict animals such as goats, horses, bulls, as well as see scenes of hunting, dancing and socializing.
The history of the country goes back to 201 BC as written in Chinese sources, where the term "Kyrgyz" was first mentioned. And the ancient history itself stretches from 1000 BC to 300 AD. Other information about the Kyrgyz is given in the Chronicles that tell about the five peoples who fought the Huns in the "Historical notes". The historian Ban Gu mentioned the Kyrgyz in his notes to Han Shu. The territory of East Turkestan, as scientists suggest, was the state of the ancient Kyrgyz.
People assume that the period 1200-1400 years is considered as the darkest, since at this time there were mass invasions of the Mongols. They managed to extinguish the rather developed culture of the Turks. You can rent a car that will be high-quality and comfortable and go on tours, as well as learn how in 1207 the Kyrgyz were under the rule of Genghis Khan. Much later, you can find out how the trend of Islam began in the 12-15 centuries, from the great influence of Persian, Turkic and Arab traders.
Please contact us during the tour you will be able to find out how in the 15th century people moved en masse to the territory of Kyrgyzstan from southern Siberia. That's why they didn't have a single state from the 15th to the 19th century. Some tribes wanted to unite and create a single state with a single ruler, but the idea could not be translated into reality. In the end, this all led to the birth of tribes with a political system and views on independence.
From the 18th century until the 20th century, the Kyrgyz had a desire to join and become part of the Russian Empire. They even sent their own ambassadors to inform the Russian leaders about their desire to join. The North of the Kyrgyz was in favor of this idea, as it suffered from threats, and threats and attacks were not only from outside but also inside. The southern part did not support the idea of joining and was joined against their will. As a result, the accession led to a sedentary lifestyle from nomadic and agricultural people became citizens.
In 1917, in the 20th century, the Bolsheviks broke in to seize power from the Russian Empire and they succeeded. They put forward their rights as against the exploitation of the people, and also wanted people to be equal before each other. After that, the Soviet Union began to exist. The development of the political system began, and the cultural life of the country developed and improved. The educational sphere was also not left out. Statehood eventually changed to an Autonomous region rather than a Republic. But the most tragic thing in this period was the ban on faith and religion. For this reason, the importation of homicides.
The country gained independence in 1991 as the Soviet Union was destroyed. People wanted to live in independence and had plans for the future. But the collapse of the Union only led to unemployment, a decline in living standards, and a crisis in the political, social, and economic spheres. Later, Kyrgyzstan also had its own anthem and flag. In 1992, the country joined the UN, and adopted the Constitution in 1993. The country remained unstable in any case and led to internal conflicts and revolutions in 2005 and 2010. People were not happy and did not support the government. Today, the country is hospitable and calm and conducts wonderful tours of such a beautiful country.