Issyk-Kul Lake was a stopover on the Silk Road, a land route for travelers from the Far East to Europe. Many historians believe that the lake was the point of origin ...
Beautiful blue Lake Issyk-Kul in early winter - it never freezes. O n my first trip to Kyrgyzstan, as soon as the weather started to get a bit warm, the people always ...
Description: Lake Issyk-kul is a permanent saline lake which has no outlets. The lake's catchment includes more than 180 rivers. Volume: 1,738.00 km 3
Map of Kyrgyzstan, location of Issyk-Kul Province highlighted, with Lake Issyk-Kul in blue: Coordinates: Coordinates: Country Kyrgyzstan: Capital: Karakol
Why is Lake Issyk Kul so popular? Pristine beauty, quaint villages, ancient history, and unique experiences: visit and see its charms for yourself!
Issyk-Kul, the famous mountain lake in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan. There is a large number of hotels, sanatoria, guesthouses and homestays at various points around ...
Issyk Kul is a lake in Kyrgyzstan. The name refers both to the lake and the oblast containing the lake. The region is centered around the massive Issyk Kul lake ...
Situated in the central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan, it is the second largest mountain lake in the world and an important site for biodiversity and Silk Road history.
Lake Issyk Kul (6236 sq km) is the largest alpine lake in Kyrgyzstan silk road and the second largest alpine lake in the world. Translated, its name means “hot
Issyk-Kul Lake, Karakol: See 229 reviews, articles, and 233 photos of Issyk-Kul Lake, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 18 attractions in Karakol.