The history of Kyrgyzstan is so ancient and interesting and every tourist can use car rent services, learn a lot of interesting facts and enjoy tours. The country has experienced many historical events, which we will now consider. History keeps a lot of historical details and features that are discussed in this article, but in order to fully explore it, you should go on a tour where you will be told a lot of interesting things by guides, locals or nomads.

During the tour, visitors can see ancient sights, including inscriptions, petroglyphs, on the walls of the gorge, stones that tell about the period of existence of ancient nomads. In the tours you can find out that in ancient times, nomads roamed from place to better pasture, with cattle, with portable dwellings yurts, staff. The history dates back 2000 years and begins as recorded in historical notes from 201 BC.

You can take a walk in the mountains, go trekking, but also rent a car and see the development of art and culture of the ancient people. We would like to mention that rock paintings can be seen in tours in the open-air Museum on Issyk Kul in the city of Cholpon Ata. This place dates back to the Bronze Age and is the center of spiritual life, when people worshipped stones, shamans drew on the stones and prayed. Once you get here you will be able to see ancient images of animals like horse, bull, roe deer, snow leopard, goats, hay from hunting and everyday life, dancing and socializing.

The history of the countries begins in the 201st century BC, as indicated in the "Historical sources" and the ancient history stretches from 1000 to our 300 AD. As historical notes indicate in ancient times there were 5 nationalities that opposed the powerful Huns. In other notes Han Shu of Ban Gu historian indicate other times, the territory of the Kyrgyz was Eastern Turkestan.

The Mongol invasions are marked as the most tragic and dark since 1200-1400. They were able to dominate the rather developed culture of the Turks. You can rent a car and find out that in 1207 the Yenisei Kyrgyz came under the power of the powerful Genghis Khan. Several centuries have passed and the nomads accept Islam, as at that time they had a close relationship with Arab, Persian and Arab traders.

Become our tourist and you will find out that Kyrgyzstan witnessed the migration of people from southern Siberia in the 15th century. And so they did not have a single state from the 15th to the 19th centuries. The tribes tried to unite and make a state with a single leader, but all attempts were in vain, as a result of which the tribes were born with political views and an initiative for independence.

The Kyrgyz people wanted to join the Russian Empire from the beginning of the 18th century until the 20th century. They even sent envoys to the Russian Empire to inform them of their intentions. The North suffered from attacks and threats and therefore wanted to Annex Russia. Threats occurred both inside and outside the territory. The South did not intend to join the Russian Empire, and therefore was annexed by force. The annexation resulted from a nomadic lifestyle to a settled one and people became citizens and engaged in farming.

The Bolsheviks seized power of the Russian Empire in 1917 in the 20th century. They wanted to stop the exploitation of the people and to make the people equal. This period is the beginning of the Soviet Union. After that, the political and cultural life of the country was born. Education also began to develop. The statehood of the people was replaced by an Autonomous region, rather than a Republic. The darkest events were the ban on faith in God and any other religion. Many victims appeared and the killing of innocent people.

Kyrgyzstan gained independence in 1991 and people had thoughts of becoming independent, striving for a bright future, but everything went the other way around in decline, unemployment, crisis, decline in living standards, decline in political, social and economic life. As soon as the country gained independence, it gained a flag, coat of arms and anthem. In 1992, the country joined the UN, and in 1993 adopted the country's Constitution.  But the country remained unstable, which led to internal conflicts, dissatisfaction with the government and eventually led to 2 revolutions in 2005 and 2010. In both cases, the people were against the government. But today the country is calm, here you can safely walk and enjoy the sights.