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Yurt stay at Jeti Oguz and valley of flowers,Kyrgyzstan

Yurt stay at Jeti Oguz and valley of flowers,Kyrgyzstan

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Finding safe drinking water is difficult in the Batken region of Kyrgyzstan. Due to the many dams nearby, rivers dry up, and people find themselves forced to fight for every drop of water.

Finding safe drinking water is difficult in the Batken region of Kyrgyzstan. Due to the many dams nearby, rivers dry up, and people find themselves forced to fight for every drop of water.

Kolpok: the traditional Kyrgyz headpiece

Kolpok: the traditional Kyrgyz headpiece

Lake Issyk Kul is the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan and the tenth-largest lake in the world by volume.

Lake Issyk Kul is the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan and the tenth-largest lake in the world by volume.

Best of photos Kyrgyzstan - Song Kul 6

Best of photos Kyrgyzstan - Song Kul 6

Working the wood to create a Kyrgyz yurt. More about this art in the article

Working the wood to create a Kyrgyz yurt. More about this art in the article

'Round, felt-covered yurts have been a centrepiece of Kyrgyz culture for centuries and are a familiar sight throughout the country.' Kyrgyzstan: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

'Round, felt-covered yurts have been a centrepiece of Kyrgyz culture for centuries and are a familiar sight throughout the country.' Kyrgyzstan: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

Nowadays the Kyrgyz nomads transport their yurts via trucks not animals

Nowadays the Kyrgyz nomads transport their yurts via trucks not animals

It's the little details that help me make a story whole. The cast iron bowl of food (is it?) and the black and white hat. Am still struggling with how a khan would dress and may end up borrowing from Mongol which wouldn't be quite right (though there are legends that link both Chingiz and Alexander to creating the counting stones at the lake)

It's the little details that help me make a story whole. The cast iron bowl of food (is it?) and the black and white hat. Am still struggling with how a khan would dress and may end up borrowing from Mongol which wouldn't be quite right (though there are legends that link both Chingiz and Alexander to creating the counting stones at the lake)

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