Traditions of the Kyrgyz people were being formed with the help of economic, trade, domestic and other relations with kindred and other tribes that were closely related to the geography of their ha...

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In the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran are two countries that claim to leadership in the region. With a powerful resources and political potential these countries are the...



The Tajiks are proud of their cuisine and consider it one of the most attractive factors for the development of tourism. Cooking of the Tajik people had been forming during many centuries under the influence of the rich history of the region. Semi-nomadic way of life requires an abundance of meat and baked dishes. Of course, the Tajiks national cuisine is similar to the cooking of other Central Asian countries, but it also has its own characteristics, expressed in the technique of cooking, processing food and, of course, taste.


Pamir as the highest mountains in the USSR including Communism Peak (7495 m) is a peace of interest for the experts in mountaineering.
There is the most high-mountainous district in the USSR called Murgab. It is located at the height more than 3500 m above sea level. If you somehow approached this place, it is possible to receive a gap for the further travel on a border zone. It takes you about an hour and it costs only 500 Tadzhik rubles.


The capital of Tajikistan is Dushanbe that is settled down cozy among picturesque landscapes of the Gissarskaya valley at the banks of Dushanbinka river. The city is at height of 750-930 m above sea level and is one of most high mountains world capitals.


The territory of Tajikistan has been continuously inhabited since the early Stone Age. The first Central Asian states of Sogdia and Bactria in the first millennium BC , included portions of Tajikistan. The territory was Persian-controlled from the 6th century BC , until conquered by Alexander the Great in 329 BC . Much of Tajikistan was included in the Greco-Bactrian kingdom in 3rd century BC , and after displaced by the Tochari tribes who invaded Sogdia a century later.