14 Life In Kyrgyzstan

Life In Kyrgyzstan

Posted on April 18, 2011 by team


Osh is a big old Kirghiz city located in the south of the country. The following pictures show everyday life of the Osh dwellers.

Even the sun cries…

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14 Responses to “Life In Kyrgyzstan”

  1. Wasn't there says:

    It’s almost been a year since the ethnic violence that killed over 400 people.

    Still a sad situation.

  2. Heather says:

    What kind of pictures is that man looking at?

  3. hudbrog says:

    Just wanted to share real pictures of Osh: https://picasaweb.google.com/hudbrog/200902#

    The ones posted look nothing like that. Not the first one I see here like that. Recent pictures of Minsk were somewhat strange too, I must have been in some kind of other Minsk at that time.

  4. testicules says:

    Great captions explaining what was going on.

  5. TheGenuineDon says:

    It was very much better before the ethnic war.
    But we cannot stop Kirghiz people to hate Uzbek people, and Uzbek people to hate Kirghiz people, and as Osh is 50% Kirgiz and 50% Usbek, such interethnic violence are quite frequent.
    Before, there was a lot of Catholic Germans here (deported from the Volga by Stalin) and the area used to be civilized. But now…
    + Pax et Bonum

  6. RAB says:

    That is just so sad to see let alone try to make any sense of it.

  7. Cindy says:

    Testicules- I agree- as usual, great captions! lol

  8. marxistworker says:

    These people need Communism like plants need rain.

  9. Left SR says:

    This utter misery is a direct result of culture. Tribalism (religion, ethnicity, nationalism) = ignorance.

  10. Cro says:

    War? Earthquake? What?

  11. David says:

    Islam: only prosperous when tied to oil money. Otherwise, look above.

  12. Kilroy Was Here says:

    Hey BOZO! Where are the captions?

  13. Igor says:

    Even Nigeria is paradise compared to this!

  14. misha says:

    Wtf? This isn’t everyday life! This is the aftermath of ethnic violence!

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