The Muslim community of Kyrgyzstan makes up the great majority of the country's population. Aside from being surrounded by mountains, the country is home to about 75 % Muslims, 20 % Russian Orthodox, and just 5% other religious groupings. Both Ukraine and Russia have a presence in this city.
Sunni Muslims, who date back to the 7th century, make up the majority of Kyrgyzstan's population. By the end of the nineteenth century, Kyrgyzstan's largest metropolis had achieved this position. Shamans, on the other hand, may be found all over the world. It is the world's second most prevalent religion, dating back to the seventh century. Russians and Ukrainians make up the bulk of Christians.
Travelers who rent a car for a tour in Kyrgyzstan respect religious freedom. Any belief in the Soviet Union was considered banned in the country until recently. Today, however, anybody can follow any religion they wish. By renting a car and going on a tour, you can learn more about Islam. Of course, the tour in Kyrgyzstan will be of the highest caliber.
|-> Peak Lenin|
|-> Peak Pobeda|
|-> Eagle hunting|
|-> Traditional clothes|
|-> Musical instruments|