Kyrgyz Issyk Kul lake
Lake Issyk Kul is a pearl of Kyrgyzstan that never freezes. Out of it the name is translated as "hot lake". The lake is the largest high-altitude alpine lake with more than 20 species of fish in it; the water level of which fell by 8.5 m between 1856-2002. Travelling in Kyrgyzstan you will see the lake surrounded by mountains - Kungey-Alatau Range in the north and the Terskey-Alatau Range in the south. Being in a tour in Kyrgyzstan you may try naked osman, the chebak, and the carp on the shores of the lake caught in commercial purpose. Issyk Kul is known for the legend of its existence as most of the sites in Kyrgyzstan: it tells that there was a valley, after an earthquake it was flooded in the Middle Ages. The fact is that there are no streams flowing in it, and there is an idea that survived girls were bitterly crying that gave the emergence of a salt lake. It is not known for sure how it emerged, but there are ruins of the ancient city under the water of the lake. During your tour in Kyrgyzstan it is highly recommended to visit the lake with car rent and feel cool and fresh air of the territory of mountain gorges.
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