Those who want to rent a car on tours will be able to enjoy the history of Kyrgyzstan, which is very ancient. Our company will be able to tell you in this article the main historical facts that the country has experienced. Our country has a rich and ancient history. Tourists will be able to learn a lot of details and information during the tours and communicate with nomads, locals and guides.
During the tours, guests of the country will be able to see ancient writings and see drawings on the walls of gorges, stones that can tell you about the existence of ancient nomads. Nomads are known to move from pasture to pasture with the main staff, yurts and cattle. Basically, the history is estimated at 2000 years and goes back to the 201 century BC, as indicated in written sources.
To get to know the Kyrgyz people, tourists can rent a car and walk around the mountains, as well as learn about the development of culture and art. We would like to mention a great place to explore antiquity in tours like the gallery of stone drawings in Cholpon Ata on Issyk Kul. In this place, tourists can learn about the Bronze Age and see the center of spiritual life. Walking through this place, tourists will also be able to see drawings on the stones as scenes of hunting, talking, dancing and ordinary life, as well as petroglyphs and animals like goats, horses and bulls.
The country's history mainly begins in 201 BC and stretches from 1000 BC to 300 AD. History gives information about how 5 peoples fought against the Huns as indicated in the "Historical Notes". After information was given by the historian Ban Gu in the chronicles of Han Shu. According to some scholars, the territory of the ancient Kyrgyz was east Turkestan.
As scientists believe that in the period from 1200 to 1400 years are designated as tragic, since in this period there were large invasions of the Mongols. After they came, they were able to extinguish the already developed Turkic culture. And tourists will be able to rent a car and learn how in 1207 the Kyrgyz were under the rule of Genghis Khan and they were Yenisei. After the event, it is said that in the 12-15 centuries, the nomads of the past began to convert to Islam after strong vibes of Persian, Arab and Turkic traders.
Become a guest of our country and our company you will be able to travel around the country and learn that in the 15th century, Kyrgyzstan hosted people who moved from Southern Siberia. For this reason, people from the 15th century to the 19th century did not have their own state. Tribes existed, and some chiefs tried to create one state with one ruler. The idea failed to materialize and eventually tribes with a political system and views on independence emerged.
The Kyrgyz people showed a desire to join the Russian Empire from the 18th century to the 20th century. Kyrgyz even sent their representatives to inform the leadership about this. The north in the past wanted to join Russia, as it suffered more from threats. Threats came from both external and internal areas. The South did not support this idea and for this reason was annexed by force. The accession eventually led to the fact that the Kyrgyz people moved from a nomadic lifestyle to a sedentary one and began to engage in agriculture.
In 1917, at the beginning of the 20th century, the Bolsheviks decided to seize power of the Russian Empire. They were for people to be equal before each other and opposed the exploitation of the people. After that, the Soviet Union began to exist. The country began to develop cultural and political life. Education facilities also began to develop. As a result, the statehood was changed to an autonomous region. The most tragic thing in that period was both the ban on faith and faith in God. In the end, it all led to numerous murders of innocent people.
The Soviet Union ceased to exist in 1991 and the country became independent. People wanted to live in independence and had plans for the future, but in the end everything led to a crisis, unemployment, and a decline in politics, economy and social life. After gaining independence, the Kyrgyz people acquired a flag and coat of arms, as well as an anthem. In 1992, Kyrgyzstan became a member of the UN, and in 1993 adopted a constitution. But this still led to conflicts in the country, and Kyrgyzstan also remained unstable. As a result, this led to 2 revolutions in 2005 and in 2010. People rallied and were against the rule of the authorities. But today the country is quiet and peaceful. Therefore, the tours will be beautiful in beautiful nature and with an ancient history.