Kyrgyzstan was formerly the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic, or Kirghizia. Kyrgyzstan has an area of 76,500 square miles (198,500 square kilometers).Its neighbors are China to the southeast, Kazakstan to the north, Tajikistan to the southwest, and Uzbekistan to the northwest.The valleys are densely populated along the few paved roads.The capital, Bishkek, is in the north, near the Kazak border, where it was known as Frunze during the Soviet era. Some of the women profiles you see here might be scams to collect money.REMEMBER, women who is really interested in you will never ask for money. We have members in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and all around the world.So if you're based in or want to meet someone in download our free online app now, create a free account in seconds and get searching!
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While they call Manas their "father," the Kyrgyz do not see themselves as a warlike people. This identity is embodied in the yurt, or boz-ui, the traditional Kyrgyz dwelling.
The boz-ui is an important cultural symbol, as both the center of the Kyrgyz family and the showplace of Kyrgyz art. On a field of red a yellow sun is centered with forty rays coming from it.
The Kyrgyz have a high birth rate, and have become the ethnic majority since independence. Kyrgyz is a Turkic language, most closely related to Kazak.
Kyrgyz is mutually intelligible with both Kazak and Uzbek.