Kyrgyzstan, it is country in Central Asia. The capital of Kyrgyzstan is Bishkek.
Kyrgyzstan is dominated by huge and rugged mountains, including Aray, Kyrgyzstan and Tien Shan and their associated valleys and basins. Most of these mountains are covered by glaciers. Some flat areas (valleys) were found in remote areas in the north and southwest, but nearly 35% of the country was over 9,842 feet over 3,000 m. The highest point in Kyrgyzstan is Jengish Chokusu with its highest peak at 7,439 m. Dozens of rivers flow from the upper reaches of the mountains. The most important are Al-Say, Chu, Kara Daryya and Naryn.
After the early emigration of the Kyrgyz from the upper reaches of the Yenisei into the region, the central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan became a Uighur Kaganat for about 840 years, expanding its territory and dominating the region for two centuries. As the Mongol Empire expanded, Kyrgyzstan was forced to develop south until it eventually became part of the Mongol Empire in 1207. Strategically located in Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan is an important stop on the historic trade route of the Silk Road between Europe and the East. By the 19th century Kyrgyzstan had been replaced by the Uzbek khanate of Eilat, the Qing Dynasty and Hokkand.
Kyrgyzstan includes beautiful wild mountain meadows inhabited by modern semi-nomads living in summer yurts and large alpine lakes with landscapes characterized by charming villages. These cities were planned by the Soviet Union with some modern buildings and different population groups. Issyk-Kul is a "hot lake" in Kyrgyzstan. This is a salt and mineral rich lake that does not freeze even in the coldest winters. More than a hundred rivers flowed into the lake, but none of them flowed out. Araaka National Park only half an hour's drive from the suburbs of Bishkek, it is a magnificent alpine national park. You can move closer to the mountains that form the background of the city.