The Kyrgyzstan flag has the ratio 3:5 and was officially adopted on March 3, 1992. It is set on a red background. In the middle, a sun with 40 rays is located. These rays stand for the 40 tribes of the people in the nation. Others believe that the rays represent the 40 warriors of Manas, a hero and mythical figure.
The Kyrgyzstan flag has a different obverse and reverse side. On the obverse side, the rays run counterclockwise. On the reverse side, they run clockwise. The color red represents openness and peace.
In the center of the sun, a ring is located. It is intersected by two sets of lines, which represent a crown of a Yurt, which is a traditional nomadic building. The Kyrgyzstan flag is part of a nation that is located in Central Asia. It is mountainous and landlocked.
The capital city and largest city is Bishkek. The Kyrgyzstan flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is titled “National Anthem of the Kyrgyz Republic”. There is no national motto. The currency is the Som.
Some interesting facts about Kyrgyzstan:
religion: Islam 75.1%, Russian Orthodoxy 20.2%, others 4.7%
languages: Kyrgyz, Uzbek, Dungun, Russian, others
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