Tourists will be able to rent cars for tours and go on a trip where they can discover interesting historical facts and important information. The history of Kyrgyzstan goes back to ancient times and is rich, and the feeling that it is endless. During the tours, you will have the opportunity to chat with local residents, nomads and guides who can tell you interesting information and facts from history. This article reveals to you the historical events that were experienced in the country.
During the tours, tourists will be able to see the writing on the stones or walls of gorges, such places can provide information about the ancient nomads. As you know, nomads moved with yurts, cattle and staff from pasture to pasture. As indicated in ancient sources, the history of antiquity dates back about 2000 years and goes back to 201 BC.
You will be able to get acquainted with the Kyrgyz people on tours and take such a good opportunity as car rent. During the tours, tourists will be able to enjoy the beautiful mountains and learn how art and culture developed in ancient times. We are talking about a place that is located in Cholpon Ata, Issyk Kul. This open-air Museum will tell you about rock paintings, ancient spiritual life and the Bronze Age. Rock carvings depict animals such as goats, horses, and bulls, as well as petroglyphs and scenes of socializing, dancing, and hunting. In this place 2000 years ago, shamans worshipped Mother Nature and performed their rituals.
As indicated in Chinese sources, most of the history dates back to 201 BC, and the entire ancient history stretches from 1000 BC to 300 AD. In ancient times, there were five peoples who fought the Huns, so it was indicated in the chronicle "Historical notes". Also, many historical facts in his chronicle were given by the historian Ban GU, in the chronicle of Han Shu. According to various historians, the territory of the ancient Kyrgyz was East Turkestan.
As people believe that the period 1200-1400 years marked the KK gloomy, as the territory was a massive Mongol raid. After their arrival, the Turkic culture, which was quite developed at that time, was extinguished. Tourists will be able to enjoy the study of history on tours and rent a car to suit their taste and preferences. In 1207, Genghis Khan took control of the Yenisei Kyrgyz. Some events later in the period from the 12th to the 15th centuries, the ancient nomads came under the influence of Islam and began to accept the religion, as they closely interacted with Persian, Arab and Turkic traders.
In the tours you can find out how in the 15th century Kyrgyzstan witnessed the mass migration of people from southern Siberia. Our company will provide you with all possible conditions. People did not have their own state in the period from the 15th century to the 19th century. The tribes wanted to unite and create a single state with one chief. The idea eventually did not come to reality and the tribes had prospects for the political system and views on independence.
The Kyrgyz expressed a desire to become part of the Russian Empire from the beginning of the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century. They even sent their ambassadors to inform Russian leaders of their desire to join. The North wanted to join and supported this idea. Because he suffered from threats and attacks. Threats to the territory came from both internal and external parties. The South did not support the idea of annexation and was eventually annexed by force. As a result, the annexation led to the fact that people moved from a nomadic lifestyle to a sedentary one, became citizens and began to engage in agriculture.
The Bolsheviks broke in to overthrow the Russian Empire and take power in 1917 at the beginning of the 20th century. Their idea was to destroy the exploitation of the people and make all people equal. In the end, all this led to the birth of the legendary Soviet Union. After that, the political and cultural life of the country began to develop in the country, and the education sector did not remain without it. The statehood of the Kyrgyz people has changed to an Autonomous region rather than a Republic. For the people, the most tragic and dark thing in that period was that it was forbidden to have a religion and believe in God, which led to many innocent people being killed.
The Soviet Union fell in 1991 and Kyrgyzstan gained independence. People became independent and had big plans for the future. As a result, everything turned the other way around as soon as the Soviet Union fell; there was a decline in cultural, political and social life, a crisis and unemployment. After gaining independence, Kyrgyzstan adopted its own flag and anthem. The country became a member of the United Nations in 1992, and adopted a Constitution in 1993. The country remained unstable. The country had conflicts, internal discontent and 2 revolutions that occurred in 2005 and 2010. The people were against the government's rule. Today, the country is calm, and Kyrgyzstan has a beautiful nature and ancient history to explore on tours.