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Private Day Trip in Kashgar
"At 10 o'clock in the morning your private guide will pick you up from the lobby of your downtown Kashgar hotel to start the trip. Your first stop of the day will be Apa Hoja Tomb which was built in 1640 by local Imam. The mausoleum is in impressive Uyghur architectural style. Next you will move on to Kashgar old town to immerse yourself in local lifestyle. Wander around local streets and browse through shops. From Kashgar old town you will walk to the Handicraft Street to see local workshops producing music instruments tools bronze vessels for food...etc. At the end of the walk is Id Ghar Mosque which is the biggest mosque in Xinjiang. Enter the mosque at non-praying time to appreciate its architecture and decor. Lunch is arranged at a local Uyghur’s house for you to samle authentic and traditional Uyghur food including nang bread
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Private Day Trip in Kashgar
"At 10 o'clock in the morning your private guide will pick you up from the lobby of your downtown Kashgar hotel to start the trip. Your first stop of the day will be Apa Hoja Tomb which was built in 1640 by local Imam. The mausoleum is in impressive Uyghur architectural style. Next you will move on to Kashgar old town to immerse yourself in local lifestyle. Wander around local streets and browse through shops. From Kashgar old town you will walk to the Handicraft Street to see local workshops producing music instruments tools bronze vessels for food...etc. At the end of the walk is Id Ghar Mosque which is the biggest mosque in Xinjiang. Enter the mosque at non-praying time to appreciate its architecture and decor. Lunch is arranged at a local Uyghur’s house for you to samle authentic and traditional Uyghur food including nang bread
From $69.00
 
Private Day Trip in Kashgar
"At 10 o'clock in the morning your private guide will pick you up from the lobby of your downtown Kashgar hotel to start the trip. Your first stop of the day will be Apa Hoja Tomb which was built in 1640 by local Imam. The mausoleum is in impressive Uyghur architectural style. Next you will move on to Kashgar old town to immerse yourself in local lifestyle. Wander around local streets and browse through shops. From Kashgar old town you will walk to the Handicraft Street to see local workshops producing music instruments tools bronze vessels for food...etc. At the end of the walk is Id Ghar Mosque which is the biggest mosque in Xinjiang. Enter the mosque at non-praying time to appreciate its architecture and decor. Lunch is arranged at a local Uyghur’s house for you to samle authentic and traditional Uyghur food including nang bread
From $69.00

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Myths of the Dragon-Children Salyk

Flying over in a helicopterover Issyk - Ata Pass 3964 m. to the next Pass.Over AlamedinThen Tor River to see the glaciers.The pass is 4023 m. high.We can see grazing mountain goats, and if we are...
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Revolution in Kyrgyzstan 2005

What is dangerous in Kyrgyzstan are tactics that are bringing thousands of citizens onto the streets to protest clumsy attempts to stop opposition candidates. While the Akaev government had all but...
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Ploff Ploff Ploff

No its not Thomas the Tank Engine but awonderful dish originating from Central Asia. It is a rich, spicey dish, similar to Spanish rice.Maybe even cous cous in the way it is eaten. Usually bits of...
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Revolution in Kyrgyzstan 2005

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Change of power

Recent HistoryAkaev subsequently went on to spoil the good reputation he'd built himself. He fiddled with the consitution, staged elections and referenda condemned as unfair by international...
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More recent history and revolution

Akaev has gone on to establish himself as a stubborn reformer, restructuring the executive apparatus to suit his liberal political and economic attitudes, and instituting reforms considered to be the...
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Modern History

The new colonial masters dished land over to Russian settlers, and the Kyrgyz put up with it until a revolt in 1916, which was heavily put down by the Russian army. Kyrgyz lands became part of the...
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Pre 20th Century History before communism

The earliest notable residents of what is now Kyrgyzstan were warrior tribes of Saka (also known as Scythians), from about the 6th century BC to the 5th century AD. Alexander the Great met perhaps the...
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