9 Kyrgyzstan 2010

Kyrgyzstan 2010

Posted on March 22, 2011 by team

Kyrgyzstan is a place where Russian nature is gently replaced by the Eastern, and the cultures also interweave. Here is a photo report containing shots of different places of the republic.

Kizirt village.

Sary Mogol township in Altaian valley.

Sary Tash township in Altaian valley.

A rural marriage.

Jailo Besh-Tash near Talas.

Chuchuk saleswoman in Bishkek.

Jailo Besh-Tash near Talas.

A late son.

At-Bashi cemetery.


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9 Responses to “Kyrgyzstan 2010”

  1. testicules says:

    Pretty cool looking countryside. Awesome hats.

  2. zjoske says:

    Phantastic pictures

  3. tourist says:

    Lived in Kyrgyzstan for two rough years which cumulated in a love-hate relationship. I miss it. Thanks for the photos!

  4. burak says:

    Sary Tash = yellow stone
    besh tash = five stone
    at-bashi = horse head

  5. great pictures. wonder how easy / hard it is to travel there by themselves…

    • Babysitter says:

      Pretty easy and safe compared to the rest of the Middle East. If you speak Russian you’ll feel like home.

  6. Bruce says:

    Magestic country.

  7. Musa says:

    Wow, excellent post, I wish there was more. Yurts are called gers by mongolians.

  8. Randy says:

    One photo captioned <> looks like to small boys wrestling.

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