Thank you for your patience while we retrieve your images.
74 photos


The drive to Bishkek passes through flat, dry, featureless land that once supported nomadic farming, but as the hills rise up Bishkek appears nestled into an impressive backdrop of hill.

Bishkek, the largest town in Kyrgyzstan, has seen many armies from Mongols to the Russians and now struggles to survive in a post communist phase.

Bishkek is rich in history with many monuments and quiet parks, and a population that basks in a climate that goes from +40 to -30 degrees.
KyrgyzstanApproaches to BishkekDry, featureless farmland.The team with driver and guideCrazy drivingChaotic trafficRussian achitectureRisky schaffolding012DSC01391

Categories & Keywords
Subcategory Detail: