You can rent a car and explore the ancient history of Kyrgyzstan, which goes far back. Tourists are waiting for interesting facts and historical details. The country's history is rich and diverse. The country has experienced many historical events, which were both positive and negative. But you will not be able to fully get acquainted with the history of Kyrgyzstan by reading only the article, you will also be able to learn a lot of information from guides, local residents and, of course, nomads.
Tourists will be able to get acquainted with the ancient history by seeing the writing on the walls of gorges, stones. This can tell you all about the ancient times of the nomads. Nomads came from pasture to another, in search of a better one, and at the same time moved with cattle, yurts and staff. Written sources indicate that the history begins with 201 BC and is estimated at 2000 years.
To learn more about the history of the Kyrgyz people, you can rent a car and marvel at other art and culture of the ancient people. We would like to advise you to visit the ancient petroglyphs that are located in Cholpon Ata, Issyk Kul. This place is the center of the spiritual life of the Bronze Age, where shamans prayed and drew drawings. You can walk around the rock garden and notice various scenes of hunting, dancing and socializing, as well as animals like goats, horses, snow leopards, and bulls.
As you know, the history of the country begins in 201 BC in the first mention in Chinese sources. And all the history of the ancient Kyrgyz begins in the year BC to 3000 AD. "Historical sources" tell us about 5 ancient peoples who wanted to conquer the Huns. Also provided are other notes from the historian Ban Gu, the historical Chronicles of Han Shu. As historians say, before the territory of the ancient Kyrgyz was East Turkestan.
People consider the year 1200-1400 to be one of the darkest and most tragic, as there were countless Mongol attacks during that period. They tried to almost destroy the developed culture of the Turks. Guests of the country can rent a car and see many beautiful places and learn that in 1207 the Kyrgyz were Yenisei suffered from the power of Genghis Khan. In the 12th and 15th centuries, nomads decided to convert to Islam, as they were greatly influenced by Persian, Arab and Turkic traders.
Become a client of our company and you will be able to learn more about the fact that in the 15th century people moved to Kyrgyzstan and from southern Siberia. For this reason, people did not have a state from the 15th century to the 19th century. Some tribal leaders wanted to unite the tribes and create a single state where there would be one ruler. The plan collapsed and the tribes gained views on politics and independence.
In the period from the 18th to the 20th century, the Kyrgyz wanted to join the Russian Empire, as they suffered from cities on all sides. They decided to send ambassadors to Russian leaders to communicate and tell them about their aspirations. The North sought to join, as the threats came not only from the outside but also from the inside. The southern part was against annexation and was annexed by force. As a result, all this almost eradicated the nomadic way of life and people began to engage in agriculture and became citizens.
The Bolsheviks overthrew the power of the Russian Empire in 1917 at the beginning of the 20th century. They were against the exploitation of the people and supported the idea of being equal and against exploitation. Since then, the Soviet Union began to exist. The political and cultural spheres have improved. And the state is replaced by an Autonomous region rather than a Republic. The most tragic periods are considered to be that there was a ban on faith in God and religion. Many people were killed for this reason.
The end of the Soviet Union came in 1991 and Kyrgyzstan gained independence. People began to strive for new ideas, but it only led to a crisis in political, social and economic life, a decline in living standards and unemployment. As soon as the country became independent, it had its own flag and anthem. The country joined the UN in 1992, and in 1993 its own Constitution. The country still remained unstable and this led to internal conflicts, discontent with the government, and revolutions in 2005 and 2010. But now tourists can enjoy the country, walk the streets and go on tours in a rented car.