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Ashgabat International Airport TM

International airport named after S.Turkmenbashy is on crossing of the international air lines. It has been constructed in 1994. Capacity of air terminal is 1600 passengers per hour. There are two artificial runways equipped on second category ICAO and platform, allowing to accept aircrafts of all types. Annually its services use more than one and a half millions passengers on local and international air-lines. On the area near the station are located stops of a municipal transportation and a taxi, allowing to deliver passengers in any point of capital. There is a round-the-clock parking of cars. For visitors and inhabitants of Turkmenistan in a building of an aerostation complex are located and work in a round-the-clock mode:

- spacious waiting rooms; 
- business club; 
- a mother-and-child room ; 
- help information; 
- the international telecommunication; 
- cash desks on sale and booking of tickets; 
- shops; - restaurants, bars, fast food points; 
- exchanges;
- halls the VIP and CIP;


All services of the airport work in a round-the-clock mode and it creates additional conveniences to passengers. Now at the international airport Ashkhabad are served planes of tens foreign airlines of the world, carrying out both passenger, and cargo air transportations that allows to take off from the airport practically for any city of the world.

Sarychat-Ertash reserve KG

Sarychat-Ertash Nature Reserve was founded in 1995 for the protection of high altitude ecosystems and its fauna, in particular the snow leopard and its prey. 

The total area is 1341 km² (518 mi²), making it one of the most important parks in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia. It is located in the southeast of the Terskey Alatoo mountain range. Most of the park is made up of the Ak-Shirak massif and its high tundra.

Authorization to visit the park is difficult because access is only allowed to teams of scientists coming to study the flora and fauna of the park.

Kandahar city AF

Kandahar City is the second-largest city in Afghanistan and is located in the southern part of the country. The city count around 500'000 inhabitants. While the city has a rich history and culture, it has been affected by conflict in recent years.

Kandahar was founded near the ancient city of Mundigak established around 3000 BC. It has a rich history and was occupied by various conquerors including the Achaemenid Empire, Alexander the Great, Indian emperor Ashoka, the Ghaznevid Turks, Genghis Khan, and the Mughal Empire. Ahmad Shah made it the capital of his new kingdom in 1748, but the capital was later moved to Kabul. Kandahar has been a center of jihad and mujahideen activity and was occupied by British forces during the First Anglo-Afghan War. It was under Soviet rule during the Soviet invasion from 1979 to 1989 and later became a stronghold of the Taliban movement.

There are several historical and cultural sites in Kandahar City. These include the Citadel of Kandahar, which dates back to the 12th century and was once a major center of commerce and culture in the region. The city is also home to several mosques and shrines, including the Shrine of the Cloak, which is believed to contain a cloak that belonged to the Prophet Muhammad.

In addition to its historical and cultural sites like the place of Mullah Mukib , Kandahar City offers a vibrant bazaar where visitors can browse a variety of goods and crafts, including traditional Afghan clothing, jewelry, and pottery.

Fortress of Hissor TJ

Hissor (or Hissar, Gissar) is situated 27 km southwest from Dushanbe and 8 km south from Hissor city is one of the main historical site of Tajikistan and includes : Hissar fort with ark built in XVI century; the Registan square; old madrassah-i Kuhna built in XVI century and its museum and another madrassah built in XVIII century; a caravanserai built in 1808; the mosque Sangin; the mausoleum of Mahdumi Abzam built in the XVI century, over the grave of Khdja Muhhamad Haivoki.

Hissor fortress was  the residence of the Governor of Emir Ibrahim Bey until 1924, when he was defeated by the red army. The fortress walls were 1 meter thick and protecting a palace, terrace, a garden and a water pool, but today we can see only the monumental gates built of burnt bricks with two cylinder towers and lancet arch between them. This type of architecture is typical for most of Bukhara buildings built within XVIII-XIX cc. 

The fortified complex has undergone various reconstructions, renovations and additions. Historical documents indicate a fort in Hissor as early as 1000 BC, other records of the fort relate to the time when Cyrus the Great founded the first Persian Empire (around 550 BC).

 

 

Astana (formerly Nur-Sultan) KZ

Astan ("the shining king"; formerly Akmoolinsk, Tselinograd, Akmola, Astana, Nur-Sultan) has been the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan since December 10, 1997. At the start of 2020, its population numbered 1,136,156. in fact the second most populous city in Kazakhstan after Almaty. Nur-Sultan is located in the north of the country, on the banks of the Ishim River.
The area of ​​the territory of the city is 797.33 km²
The territory of the modern city was previously an important crossing point for caravans. Archaeologists have found artifacts in the city that date back to the Bronze Age, the early Iron Age and the Middle Ages.
Currently, Nur-Sultan is a modern center and its growth is very rapid. The city attracts with its futuristic buildings and developed infrastructure. In 2017, the city hosted the World Expo EXPO-2017, which significantly increased the number of tourists.
Nur-Sultan International Airport is located 15 km from the city. In addition, the city has a sufficient number of modern hotels meeting European standards.
4 things to do in Nur-Sultan:
- Visit a traditional oriental bazaar in the city center. Feel the atmosphere of the Asian market, try on traditional clothes and shop for national souvenirs.
- Walk along the three-level bridge on Vodno-green Boulevard. The bridge is a huge pedestrian avenue. At the very bottom there is a parking lot, on the second level there are offices, shops, restaurants and exhibition halls, and on the third level there are excellent conditions for walking: there are a lot of fountains and sculptures.
- Visit the main tourist sites of the city: Museum of the First President, Architectural and cultural objects: "Baiterek", the Palace of Peace and Accord and the ethno-memorial complex "Map of Kazakhstan".
- Taste a national dish. There are many restaurants serving Kazakh cuisine in the capital. Be sure to try the tea with dried fruits and spices, and the national meat dish beshparmak.

Korona The Crown peak KG

Pic Corona is located in the Ala Archa Valley and its National Park. It is located at an altitude of 4860 m and thus one of the highest peaks in the Kyrgyz Alatoo range. The peak at the top of Ak-Say glacier, its northern part, 1.68 km from Semenov Tianchansky peak. It consists of six rock towers forming a crown.
It takes 4 days for its ascent. The first base camp is at the foot of the Ak-Say glacier, and there is a small refuge at the foot of the summit at an altitude of 3800 meters.
In winter the ascent can be done by ski touring.

Kilemche Jailoo KG

Kilemche valley is situated in Jumgal region, at an altitude up to 3240 m., where some nomads families stay even in farms during the winter. It does not have steeps rapids, so it is more like a mountain valley and river flowing quietly and steadily. Kilemche jailoo has amazing beauty of meadows, where it grows a lot of herbs and flowers to delight the eye, like arnica, edelweiss and gentian. Mostly shepherds of the Kyzart village, are covering the Kilemche valley by their yurts and cattle. For some nomads is a 2 steps transhumance before to pass the summer at the Song Kul lake. 

In winter, to get there is an epic adventure, with Nomad's Land you can enjoy horseback riding, shnow-shoeing, ski-touring or just hiking. The snow makes an beautiful contrast with red south side mountain of Kyzart Toer. The life there is hard, and mostly yaks will pass the winter there. To make your trip more adventurous, you can enjoy a night under yurt at the Song Kul's lake.

Altyn Emel KZ

Altyn Emel National Park is the largest and most famous nature conservation area in Kazakhstan, where the famous Singing Barkhan, the majestic Sak kurgans and the picturesque mountains of Aktau and Katutau are located. The park covers 523053 hectares and is located in the valley of the Ili River, 300 km away from the city of Almaty. Altyn Emel lies in the desert and mountain zones, where 1,800 species of plants grow. Within the park there are 78 species of mammals and 260 species of birds. On the spacious plains and mountain slopes gazelles, kulans and argali feel great. Apart from that, the park staff is doing a lot of work to weigh the endangered species like the Przhevalsky horse. Also in the national park there are radon sources.

Guliston UZ

Gulistan or Guliston is a city of 100,000 inhabitants and it is the administrative center of the Syrdarya region in Uzbekistan. In Persia, Gulistan means the "land of flowers"

In the 19th century, the city developed on the village of Achchikkuduk ("a well with salt water"), in which there were 40 courtyards, there was a mosque and a tea room.

In 1869, by decree of the Governor General of Turkestan KP Kaufman, the possibility of irrigating the starving steppe was studied and in 1886 the construction of the great canal began.

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