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Bishkek is located in Kyrgyzstan and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 42.8731° N and longitude : 74.6003° E.
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The Traditional Food of Kyrgyzstan - Bishkek
The Traditional Food of Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz food is the product of a long history of pastoral nomadism and is overwhelmingly meat-based. Those with vegetarian fixations may wish to revise their habits or purchase their own fresh fruits, vegetables, and fresh bread from one of the many small stands or food bazaars that are ubiquitous in every city. While people from the West are programmed to think of large vegetables as desirable, small and flavorful is the rule here. Washing vegetables before consumption is recommended. Besh barmak (“five fingers”) is the national dish of Kyrgyzstan. For preparation, a sheep or horse is slaughtered and boiled in a large pot. The resulting broth is served as a first course. The meat is then divided up between tho...

Stay Safe During Kyrgyzstan Tour - Bishkek
Stay Safe During Kyrgyzstan Tour While the US travel advisory tells foreigners that some attacks on Westerners have occurred, the view of Kyrgyz people on this is varied. Fights and assaults generally focus around nightclubs and bars, just as in any other large city. There is to date no indication that Bishkek is particularly dangerous to foreigners. As for other cities in the KR little evidence is available. Tourists will of course be drawn by Kyrgyzstan's amazing natural beauty but travel by car through mountain passes and villages is not advisable. Some friction exists between the Kyrgyz people and ethnic Russians and travelers on these lonely passes may be mistaken for Russians and have their cars stoned. Villages are generally safe but are best ...

Know About Kyrgyzstan before travel - Bishkek
Know About Kyrgyzstan before travel Kyrgyzstan is a Central Asian country of incredible natural beauty and proud nomadic traditions. Landlocked and mountainous, it borders Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west, Tajikistan to the southwest and China to the southeast. The climate varies regionally. The south-western Fergana Valley is subtropical and extremely hot in summer, with temperatures reaching 40°C (104°F.) The northern foothills are temperate and the Tian Shan varies from dry continental to polar climate, depending on elevation. In the coldest areas temperatures are sub-zero for around 40 days in winter, and even some desert areas experience constant snowfall in this period. The languages of Kyrgyzstan are Russian and Kyrgyz, a T...

Chinese warned against Kyrgyzstan travel - Bishkek
Chinese warned against Kyrgyzstan travel Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said three were seriously injured and had been taken to local hospital and the economic loss has reached US$7 million. Liu told a weekly news briefing the Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan has demanded the Kyrgyzstan side to take effective measures to protect the property and personal safety of Chinese citizens and institutions in the country. Liu said the civil air service between China and Kyrgyzstan is back to normal and those who want to evacuate will have no difficulties at present. Liu said the 10 Chinese were injured during looting but there is no evidence to suggest they have been targeted because of their race or nationality. China's border post with Kyrgyzs...

Manas The Traditiional Epic Poem of the Kyrgyz - Bishkek
Manas The Traditiional Epic Poem of the Kyrgyz The Epic of Manas is a traditional epic poem of the Kyrgyz people. Manas is the name of the epic's hero. One particular recording of the orally transmitted poem, with close to half a million lines, is twenty times longer than Homer's Odyssey and Iliad combined, or about twice as long as the Mahabharata. It is a work recounting the exploits of Manas and his descendants and followers. Battles against Kitay and Kalmak enemies form a central theme in the epic. Although the epic is mentioned as early as the 15th century, it was not set down in written form until 1885. Different opinions abound regarding the origin of the epic: the 7th—10th centuries, the 11th and 12th centuries, and the 15th through 18th centuries. The ...