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With an almost totally mountainous territory, extending about half of its surface above 3000 meters and three quarters occupied by eternal ice and snow, Kyrgyzstan offers one of the most beautiful natural architectures in the world and leads to the morphological features that it is distinguished by the origin of the social and cultural structures that inform its ancient past. Despite the absence of historical and architectural traces, testifying to the incursions of the different ethnic groups and empires that have crossed and occupied it over the centuries, Kyrgyzstan has been a land of crucial clashes between the powerful Chinese dynasties and the Arab and Turkish armies. Tibetans and seat of very different empires such as that of the cultured Qarakhānids (10th and 11th centuries), the bloody Mongols Ōirat (17th century), and also of the Chinese and the Russians. Theater of some violent uprisings of the population, suffocated by the national armies or the occupiers (the rebellion of 1916 against the assignment of the lands of the Kyrgyz to the Russian settlers or the civil war of 1990 between the Kyrgyz and the Uzbeks, in the heavily populated area Uzbek but de facto annexed to Kyrgyzstan during the Thirties, to cite two examples), the territory of Kyrgyzstan also brought upon itself the signs of the experiments conducted by the Russians for the testing of maritime weapons and for the clandestine extraction of uranium, with serious damage to the natural environment and ecosystem of the country and the entire region. In the aftermath of the process that led to the separation from the Soviet Union and the conquest of independence, the country has been able to exploit the natural riches and the open character of its people, repository of ancient cultural traditions, as a potential to be used for the enhancement of the country. Kyrgyzstan is today facing a path of bold reforms, especially from an economic point of view, with the aim of strengthening a particularly weak structure and attracting more foreign investments, through the exploitation of numerous mineral and hydroelectric resources as well as some forms of tourism. According to COUNTRYAAH, Kyrgyzstan is a nation in Central Asia, the capital city of which is Bishkek. The latest population of Kyrgyzstan is 6,524,206. ACEINLAND: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in Kyrgyzstan, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.
The territory of Kyrgyzstan includes a large part of the Tian Shan range and the Alatau mountains. The highest peaks of the two systems exceed 7000 m, retain many glaciers and are furrowed by deep river valleys. The orientation of the orographic system (WE) also conditions the direction of the rivers (among the main ones Ču, Talas, Naryn, all landlocked). The largest lake is the Issyk-Kul (6280 km²). The climate varies according to the territorial regions: it goes from the continental-arid type for areas up to 2500 m, to arrive at polar conditions near the most extreme peaks. The northern and western areas, on the other hand, enjoy a more temperate climate.

GMAT Test Centers in Kyrgyzstan

GMAT Testing Location We have found 1 GMAT test centre in Kyrgyzstan, located in Bishkek. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page. National IT Center 265a Chui Avenue 720071 Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Phone: +996312900153 Test Center Information Our centre is located in downtown. Crossroads: Chui prospekt and Umetalieva street, near… Read More »

TOEFL Test Centers in Kyrgyzstan

The TOEFL iBT and revised TOEFL Paper-delivered tests are offered in this location. The list below shows testing regions, fees and dates as of February 15, 2019, but availability may change when you register. Fees are shown in US$ and are subject to change without notice. To find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses), dates… Read More »