Rent a car and visitors to Kyrgyzstan appreciate the significance of learning the country's history, and we have some interesting information to share with you! We still think of the country's history as huge and endless. Guests, locals, and, of course, nomads must interact with tour guides to get a variety of information. Kyrgyzstan's past is written in canyon walls, indicating that nomads formerly roamed the area. These people were in charge of transporting their yurts, servants, and livestock from one field to another. The first written texts date back to 201 BC, more over 2000 years ago.
Visitors to Kyrgyzstan's highlands can rent a car and embark on tours to learn about ancient peoples' ideas on art and culture. It is located in the Issyk-Kul region of Cholpon-Ata Rock. This site, which functioned as a hub of spiritual activity in Bronze Age Egypt, is steeped in history. During your tour, you will see images from ordinary life like as dancing and conversing on the walls, as well as petroglyphs.
To celebrate the beginning of Chinese history, the Chinese government issued 201 BC notes. Ancient history encompassed the globe from 1000 BC to 300 AD. Five people who attempted to subdue the Hunnu mentioned the Kyrgyz in their "historical notes." The remainder of the notebook is contained in Ban Gu's Han-shu, a historian's notebook. Many modern historians think that the historical Kyrgyz state existed in East Turkestan.
Catastrophic disasters are claimed to have happened between the years 1200 and 1400 as a result of the Mongols' repeated invasions. They had the ability to wipe out an advanced Turkish civilisation when they arrived. Visitors who rent a car in Kyrgyzstan, on the other hand, are likely to be familiar with Yenisei and the Kyrgyz decision to leave Chenghiz Khan's realm in 1207. Because of strong commercial links with Persian, Arab, and Turkish merchants, nomads flocked to Islam from the 12th to the 15th century.
Our tour will allow you to see the region as it was in the 15th century, when people were moving from South Siberia. For over a century, the people were without a state. There were numerous tribes, and some leaders want to combine them into a single empire. The failure of such a scheme was the formation of tribal groups with political structures and the seeds of autonomy.
Kyrgyz people did not express a desire to join the Russian Empire until the early twentieth century. They also sent messengers to Russian leaders to tell them. Because they felt threatened, the Northern Kyrgyz used to desire to conquer Russia. There were risks both inside and outside the structure. They were compelled to join because of a set of beliefs with which they disagreed. As a result of colonization, people's lives transformed from nomadic to agricultural and civilization.
During the first decade of the twentieth century, the Bolsheviks seized power in the Russian Empire and ruled it until 1917. They guaranteed that no one would be taken advantage of. The Soviet Union has come into being. As a result, the country's political and cultural life blossomed. Around the same period, education began to change. The constitutional status of Kyrgyzstan has been changed from autonomous to republic. Religion and belief were brutally restricted in a heinous manner. As a result, the number of unarmed people killed has substantially increased.
Following the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991, the country acquired independence. People want autonomy, which has led to worsened living circumstances, more unemployment, and a political, economic, and social disaster. However, after gaining independence, the country was given a flag and an anthem. Following the country's admission to the UN in 1992, a constitution was drafted in 1993. The location, on the other hand, was dangerous. In 2005 and 2010, there were two major revolutions. There was a public revolt against the ruling elite. The weather has improved today, making it a delight to go for a walk.