Month: April 2014

It’s time to change

 neo.kg was a leading source of information about IT products in Kyrgyzstan since 2009. Additionally neo.kg offered and continues to offer online marketing services. Starting May 2014 we are relaunching neo.kg to adopted to the changed market situation in Kyrgyzstan. 1. neo.kg switches it’s language from russian to english 2. neo.kg relaunches as a lifestyle and news magazine for the international community of Bishkek. 3. neo.kg will soon be also as a printed...

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neo.kg возобновляется

neo.kg был ведущим источником информации об IT-продуктов в Кыргызстане с 2009 года. Кроме того neo.kg предлагал и продолжает предлагать услуги веб-маркетинга. Начиная с мая 2014, мы возобновляем работу neo.kg к изменившемуся рыночному положению в Кыргызстане. Neo.kg переходит с русского языка на английский язык. Neo.kg возобновляет журнал об образе жизни и новостей для международного сообщества в Бишкеке. Neo.kg скоро выпустит журнал в печатном...

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Out of Bishkek: in search for the gold of King Solomon

A tour from Bishkek, located in the north on the border with Kazakhstan, to the western parts of the country takes a lot longer than distances on the map suggest. The road runs along the mighty Naryn River, which meanders its way along dark, gloomy mountain slopes reminding one of the Misty Mountains, described in John Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings towards the Fergana valley.  This is  located in Uzbekistan but surrounded by Kyrgyz territory on three sides and an outpost of Tajikistan on most of the fourth, which leaves only a small corridor connecting it with Uzbekistan’s mainland....

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Museums of Bishkek

Not just in Soviet times but long before, communities big and small within the Russian realm took pride in displaying their history. Like almost everywhere in the former USSR, villages, towns and cities in Kyrgyzstan cherish their local and national museums as a token of communal solidarity in a way that can only impress visitors. And Bishkek is no exception to that rule. A must is the State Historic Museum on Ala-Too Squaare. Exhibits include stones with petroglyphs from Saimaly-Tash; armor and everyday objects dating from the Bronze Age; discoveries from archaeological excavations such as early nomadic adornments dating...

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Bishkek Delights

Bishkek could either be called a big town or a small metropolis. With around 0.7 million inhabitants (equal to Amsterdam), newcomers are bound to notice a popular culture concentrated in the compact city centre which offers everything multi-million cities have as well: restaurants from basic to haute cuisine many of which are open around the clock, shopping centres offering merchandise varying from plain to up-market, bars and clubs for young and old, theatres, concert halls and museums for the cultural lot. In all, for all, Bishkek has it all. How to get around Most of Bishkek’s attractions are centred...

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