Karakol


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Karakol

 

during 1869–89 and 1921–39, the name of the cityof Przheval’sk in the Kirghiz SSR.

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The driver of the BMW X5 was a 41-year-old resident of Kant town, the driver of the BMW 530 was a 30-year-old resident of Karakol town.
The Ministry of Transport said the World Bank received a $1.93 million grant from the government of the Republic of Korea for development of the comprehensive plan for regional development of Issyk-Kul region, including two plans for local development of Aksu and Tyup districts; preparation of technical and economic assessments and preliminary designs of the southern section of the Issyk-Kul ring road from Karakol to Balykchy, as well as development of Karakol International Airport.
In the city of Karakol the municipal services have installed topiaries.
Baibol Travel, CAT, DCAT, ITC Asia Mountains, Kyrgyz Concept, Logos Discovery, Tien-Shan Travel, Travel Experts, Travel Hub, Travel Land, Silk Road and Kyrgyz Guided Trips and Visit Karakol represent Kyrgyzstan, with the support of the USAID Development Initiative business.
Imus also pays tribute to its patroness, Nuestra Senora del Pilar, and marks its founding anniversary through Karakol, a religious dance procession.
On its way to the town of Karakol, the driver of Toyota Windom failed to control the vehicle and crashed into a Mercedes-Benz that was standing on the roadside.
"Twenty-three participants of a rally in Karakol have been detained.
Danil Mamyev, a modest Altai elder, had long been concerned about the fate of his native Karakol, believed for thousands of years to be a sacred valley.
Poor families of Karakol town were donated food AKIPRESS.COM - Poor families of Karakol town, a popular tourism destination in Issyk-Kul region, were provided aid.
80% of central streets of Karakol town need reconstruction, said town's mayor Adyl Kanimetov during the press-tour.