Bishkek is the capital of Kyrgyzstan. It has a population of 900,000 and is located at a latitude of 42.87 and a length of 74.59.
Bishkek is also the political center of Kyrgyzstan, which is considered a Republic, and the seat of its ceremonial head of state.
The Bishkek culture was strongly influenced by its nomadic heritage. It reflects on the way a family was managed, in customs and rites. People have decorated their houses with beautiful and practical elements.
The masterpiece of popular creation is the yurt of Kirtuisa (yourt, yurt, carp), which was easy to assemble and transport from one place to another.
La Yurta is a little house, decorated with handmade rugs and felt strips. Having its roots in ancient
Turkish tribes, the yurt has taken the best of the secular experience of nomadic peoples.
The people of Bishkek, occupied in the nomadic cattle background in the mountains, have established the best type of transportable accommodation that is simply dismantled, moved on pack animals and assembled again.