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CENTRAL ASIA : 

CENTRAL ASIA

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Central Asia is a region of Asia from the Caspian Sea in the west, China in the east, Afghanistan in the south, and Russia in the north. It is also sometimes known as Middle Asia or Inner Asia, and is within the scope of the wider Eurasian Since Central Asia is not buffered by a large body of water, temperature fluctuations are more severe. According to the WWF Ecozones system, Central Asia is part of the Palearctic ecozone. The largest biome in Central Asia is the Temperate grasslands, savannas, and shrublands biome. Central Asia also contains the Montane grasslands and shrublands, Deserts and xeric shrublands and Temperate coniferous forests biomes. continent.

Central Asia : 

Central Asia Area 4,003,400 km Population 61,551,945

GITNANG ASYA : 

GITNANG ASYA BANSA Armenia Georgia Tajikistan Azerbaijan Kazakhstan Turkmenistan Kyrgyztan Uzbekistan KABISERA Yerevan Tbilisi Dushanbe Baku Astana Ashgabat Bishkek Tashkent

ARMENIA : 

ARMENIA

ARMENIA : 

ARMENIA Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Republika Yerevan 29,800 sq. Km. 2,991,360 Armenian Armenian Russian Azeri

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Relihiyon Currency Topograpiya Klima Ekonomiya Armenian Orthodox Roman Catholic Shi’a Muslim Dram Mabundok Sobrang init pag summer Sobrang lamig pag winter The Armenian economy heavily relies on investment and support from Armenians abroad

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Georgia Iran Azerbaijan Turkey

Tourist Spot ng Armenia : 

Tourist Spot ng Armenia

Mithras Greek Temple of Garni : 

Mithras Greek Temple of Garni Mithras Greek Temple of Garni, Armenia dates back to 1st Century AD, reconstructed in 1975. It was built in the first century A.D. by the Armenian King Tiridates with the money he received after visiting Emperor Nero in Rome. The temple was destroyed in 1679 in an earthquake, but was reconstructed in Soviet times. (You can recognize the new stones by their lack of carving, which allows you to appreciate the originals.) According to a cuneiform record found on the territory of Garni, the fortress was conquered by Argishti I, the king of Urartu, in the first half of the 8th century B.C. In the epoch of the Armenian rulers of the Ervandids, Artashesids and Arshakids dynasties (since the third century B.C. to the fourth century A.D.) Garni was a summer residence of the kings and the place where their troops were stationed.

APARAN : 

APARAN This is one of the most attractive Tourist Destinations in Armenia. There are wonderful lush green natural surroundings. There is the famous war memorial which has been built in honor of the soldiers who had lost their lives in the Arpan battle. The city was the site of an important Battle of Bash Abaran against the Turkish army on May 21, 1918 during the Turkish-Armenian war, when the Turkish invasion of the newly independent Democratic Republic of Armenia was turned around. An impressive monument to the battle was erected just north of town. Aparan was listed by the geographer Ptolemy in the 2nd century as Kasagh.

Ashtarak : 

Ashtarak This is one of the best Tourist Destinations in Armenia. The place is home to Karmravor which is a famous church in the country. Ashtarak is one of the oldest cities of Armenia with numerous historical and cultural monuments that allowed the town to retain the flavour of the ancient and beautiful Armenian town. It was founded in the 9th century and reconstructed in the 17th century. According to a legend, three sisters lived in Ashtarak, all of whom fell in love with the same man, prince Sargis. The elder two sisters decided to commit suicide in favour of the youngest one. One wearing an apricot-orange dress and the other wearing a red dress, they threw themselves into the gorge. When the youngest sister found out, she put on a white dress and also threw herself into the gorge. Sargis then became a hermit and three small churches appeared at the edge of the gorge, named after the sisters' dress colours.

GEORGIA : 

GEORGIA

GEORGIA : 

GEORGIA Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Republika Tbilisi 69,700 sq. Km. 4,693,892 Georgian Georgian Russian Armenian Azeri Ossetian Abkhaz

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Relihiyon Currency Topograpiya Georgian Orthodox Russian Orthodox Shi’a Muslim Lari low-land marsh-forests, swamps, and temperate rain forests to eternal snows and glaciers

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Ekonomiya involved in commerce with many lands and empires since the ancient times, largely due its location on the Black Sea and later on the historical Silk Road. Gold, silver, copper and iron have been mined in the Caucasus Mountains. Wine making is a very old tradition.

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Klima wettest periods generally occur during Spring and Autumn while Winter and the Summer months tend to be the driest hot summers (especially in the low-lying areas) and relatively cold winters

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Russia Turkey Armenia Azerbaijan Black Sea

Tourist Spots ng Georgia : 

Tourist Spots ng Georgia

The Georgia Guidestones : 

The Georgia Guidestones After Maryhill, Washington's concrete Stonehenge replica was completed in 1930, no Stonehenges were built stateside for almost 50 years. Then a granite company outside of Nuberg, Georgia was approached by a mysterious stranger who called himself "R.C. Christian," which he admitted was a fake name. The stranger wanted a Stonehenge built -- he had a model of it in a shoe box -- and had selected Nuberg because it was remote and because it offered good granite. Mr. Christian reportedly left $50,000 in a local bank, told the locals that they would never see him again, and vanished forever. Nuberg,Georgia

TAJIKISTAN : 

TAJIKISTAN

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Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Republika Dushanbe 143,100 sq. Km 7,011,556 Tajikistani Tajik Uzbek Russian

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Relihiyon Currency Topograpiya Sunni Muslim Somoni over 900 rivers in Tajikistan longer than 10 kilometers. About 2% of the country's area is covered by lakes

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Ekonomiya Tajikistan was the poorest republic of the Soviet Union and is the poorest country in Central Asia as well as in the former Soviet Union today. With foreign revenue precariously dependent upon exports of cotton and aluminum, the economy is highly vulnerable to external shocks. In FY 2000, international assistance remained an essential source of support for rehabilitation programs that reintegrated former civil war combatants into the civilian economy, thus helping keep the peace. International assistance also was necessary to address the second year of severe drought that resulted in a continued shortfall of food production.

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Kyrgyztan Afghanistan China Uzbekistan

Tourist Spots ng Tajikistan : 

Tourist Spots ng Tajikistan

Hissar Fortress : 

Hissar Fortress Hissar Fortress -  Hissar Fortress used to be a palace of one of Bukhara Emirate becks. The fortress with 1 m walls and loopholes for guns and cannons towered on a high hill's slope and was carefully guarded. Inside there was a pool and a garden. Across from the fortress there was a noisy market square with a caravanserai and a variety of shops.

AZERBAIJAN : 

AZERBAIJAN

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Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Republika Baku 86,600 sq. Km 7,868,385 Azerbaijani Azeri Armenian Russian Lezgian

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Relihiyon Currency Topograpiya Shi’a Muslim Russian Armenian Manat Nearly half of all the mud volcanoes on Earth are concentrated in Azerbaijan. half of Azerbaijan's land mass consists of mountain ridges, crests, yailas and plateaus

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Klima cold arctic air masses of Scandinavian anticyclone, temperate of Siberian anticyclone, and Central Asian anticyclone. Azerbaijan's diverse landscape affects the ways air masses enter the country. The Greater Caucasus protects the country from direct influences of cold air masses coming from the north. That leads to the formation of subtropical climate on most foothills and plains of the country. Meanwhile, plains and foothills are characterized by high solar radiation rates.

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Ekonomiya Azerbaijan shows some signs of the so-called "Dutch disease" because of the fast growing energy sector, which causes inflation and makes non-energy exports more expensive. Two thirds of Azerbaijan is rich in oil and natural gas. The region of the Lesser Caucasus accounts for most of the country's gold, silver, iron, copper, titanium, chromium, manganese, cobalt, molybdenum, complex ore and antimony.

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Russia Iran Caspian Sea Armenia

Tourist Spots ng Azerbaijan : 

Tourist Spots ng Azerbaijan

Nagorno-Karabakh War : 

Nagorno-Karabakh War The Nagorno-Karabakh War was an armed conflict that took place from February 1988 to May 1994, in the small enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh in southwestern Azerbaijan, between the majority ethnic Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh backed by the Republic of Armenia, and the Republic of Azerbaijan.

KAZAKHSTAN : 

KAZAKHSTAN

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Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Republika Astana 2,217,300 sq. Km. 4,693,892 Kazakh Kazakh Russian German Ukrainian Uzbek Tatar

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Relihiyon Currency Sunni Muslim Russian Orthodox Protestant Tenge

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Topograpiya Klima largest landlocked country in the world climate is continental, with warm summers and colder winters. Precipitation varies between arid and semi-arid conditions.

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Ekonomiya ninth largest country in the world Buoyed by high world crude oil prices Energy is the leading economic sector. Production of crude oil and natural gas condensate in Kazakhstan

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Russia Tajikistan China Azerbaijan

Tourist Spots ng Kazakhstan : 

Tourist Spots ng Kazakhstan

Alakol Lake : 

Alakol Lake Alakol (Multi-colored lake) is one of the most unique lakes in Kazakhstan. It is located in the south-eastern part of the Republic on the border with China. biggest lake of the whole chain of Alakol lakes. It is unique in its beauty and wildlife The lake's shore has unique black medicinal pebble The lake's water is said to be helpful in treating many skin diseases and has a good effect on arthritis, the nervous system. It also improves the general condition of the body. Alakol valley is in the zone of insufficient moistening and it is a great climate for treating lung diseases.

TURKMENISTAN : 

TURKMENISTAN

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Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Relihiyon Currency Republika Ashgabat 488,100 sq. Km. 4,863,169 Turkmen Turkmen Russian Sunni Muslim Manat

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Topograpiya Klima world's 52nd-largest country Over 80% of the country is covered by the Karakum Desert one of the driest deserts in the world, mostly arid subtropical desert, with little rainfall. Winters are mild and dry, with most precipitation falling between January and May. The area of the country with the heaviest precipitation is the Kopet Dag Range.

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Ekonomiya The country possesses the world's fourth-largest reserves of natural gas and sub Turkmenistan has taken a cautious approach to economic reform, hoping to use gas and cotton sales to sustain its economy stantial oil resources

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Kazakhstan Iran Uzbekistan Caspian Sea

Tourist Spots ng Turkmenistan : 

Tourist Spots ng Turkmenistan

Neutrality Arch : 

Neutrality Arch The Neutrality Arch is a monument located in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The arch is 75 metres (246 ft) tall and was built in 1998 on the orders of Turkmenistan's President Saparmurat Niyazov to commemorate the country's official position of neutrality.

KYRGYZTAN : 

KYRGYZTAN

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Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Relihiyon Currency Republika Bishkek 198,500 sq. Km. 5,081,429 Kirghiz Kirghiz Uzbek Russian Sunni Muslim Russian Orthodox Lira

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Topograpiya Klima mountainous region predominantly mountainous terrain, less than 8% of the land is cultivated, south-western Fergana Valley is subtropical and extremely hot in summer northern foothills are temperate Tian Shan varies from dry continental to polar climate, depending on elevation

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Ekonomiya Kyrgyzstan ranks as the second poorest country in Central Asia result of the breakup of the Soviet trading bloc and resulting loss of markets the government appears committed to the transition to a market economy

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Kazakhstan Tajikistan China Uzbekistan

Tourist Spots ng Kyrgyztan : 

Tourist Spots ng Kyrgyztan

Ala-Archa Canyon : 

Ala-Archa Canyon The Ala-Archa canyon is located in the highest, central part of the Kyrgyz Ridge which is famous for its eternal snow-stretching means "many-coloured juniper", which testifies to the abundance of this tree here. 160 species of birds in Ala-Archa. Local fauna also includes the snow leopard, a butterfly called the Night Peacock Eye, wolves, snakes, owls, and many others. The Ala-Archa canyon has about 1,100 species of plants: wormwood in the steppe zone at the mountain foot, different grasses, bushes, and juniper forests on mountain slopes that are replaced with alpine meadows. This grand, rugged but very accessible gorge is offering dozens of walking and trekking possibilities, including hikes to glaciers and, for the serious mountaineer, treks to the region's highest peak. There are basic shelters scattered throughout the park but the best way to enjoy the area is to bring your own tent and supplies. You can use the Upper Ala-Archa Mountain Ski Base (2100 m) as a starting point from which to ski on glaciers, even in summer.

UZBEKISTAN : 

UZBEKISTAN

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Status Kapital Area Populasyon Citizen Lenggwahe Relihiyon Currency Republika Tashkent 447,400 sq. Km. 26,410,416 Uzbek Uzbek Russian Tajik Kazakh Sunni Muslim Russian Orthodox Sum

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Topograpiya Uzbekistan is a dry, landlocked country; it is one of two doubly landlocked countries in the world Less than 10% of its territory is intensively cultivated irrigated land in river valleys and oases

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Ekonomiya Uzbekistan's economy declined during the first years of transition and then recovered after 1995 rising by 4% per year between 1998 and 2003 and accelerating thereafter to 7%-8% per year Agriculture employs 28% of Uzbekistan's labour force

Relatibong Lokasyon : 

Relatibong Lokasyon Hilaga Timog Silangan Kanluran Kazakhstan Turkmenistan Kyrgyztan Kazakhstan

Tourist Spots ng Uzbekistan : 

Tourist Spots ng Uzbekistan

Samarkand, Uzbekistan : 

Samarkand, Uzbekistan Samarkand, Uzbekistan One of the oldest cities of Uzbekistan and in the world is Samarkand, established during the middle of the first century BC under the name Marakanda and later known as Afrosiab. It was the capital of the powerful state Sogd, the center of Emir Timur's great empire. The numerous monuments of Samarkand and its suburbs impress tourist with their beauty and splendor. The refined architectural shapes, intricate ornamentation, mosaics, blue-tile domes and facades

TAPOS : 

TAPOS

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Mga myembro: Gertrude Farenas Thea Misa Anna Patricia Dapat Melanie Villola Gemmae Custodio Janina Paningbatan Michael Lara