A monument on Ala-Too Square in Bishkek. Following the Tulip Revolution of 2005, masses of protesters forced the president to flee.
Freshly baked flat bread
$0,5 per piece
Smile behind grapes
Snack of choice.
National hat for men
Made of felt
Piece of Bishkek
Likely built in 1970s, as most famous buildings.
Almost like in Paris ...
Freedom Square Bishkek
Happily ever after
Visit to Freedom Square is a tradition for couples wedded in the nearby office.
Kyrgyz and Russian
Shipping smiles in a box
Decorated walls in restaurant Navat
In the rain
Herding cows, sheep and horses is part of the life
Tomb stones for kipchak warriors
On Kyrgyz flag you can see a tunduk in the sun. Tunduk is the ceiling piece of a yurt.
A young horse grazing on the shores of Issyk-Kul just meters from the sandy beach that becomes a tourist magnet during summer months. The most popular beach in Kyrgyzstan.
This one wasn't driving, but a few others were ...
Rosy chubby cheeks
Kyrgyzstan is an islamic country. Mixed with exotic looks of central Asia and culture like Russia. With a taste of soviet on top.
Cholpon Ata pertoglyphs
Snow-capped mountains on the other side of Issyk-Kul.
View from the north coast.
Reflection of a little grey face
Karakol 19th century wooden church