Bashkortostan Amazing Facts Friends, the journey of this article is to Bashkortostan which is also called Bashkir or Bashkiria Bishkek is an independent state of the Russian Federation
This land of fast rivers, high mountains and sweet witness, ranks first among all the states of Russia in terms of cattle, horse and milk production
About 86% of Bashkortostan’s population is Muslim The region is inhabited by people from Shakar, Egypt, Tatar, Ukrainian and many ethnic groups.
Bashkortostan is a developed state of Russia in every way In the 13th and 14th centuries AD, the region was attacked by the Golden Hut After the fall of Golden Hat, Bashkortostan was part of the so-called Nagai Hat East Bashkortostan was then part of the Siberian state and western Bashkortostan Kazan After the fall of the Siberian and Kazan states in the 16th and 17th centuries, the region became part of Russia. In 1917, the independence of Bishkekistan was declared
And in 1919 the Bashkiria Soviet Union was formed This was the first autonomy within the USSR In February 1992, the name of the Republic of Bishkek was adopted The word Bashki in Persian means a country or a state The total area of Bishkekistan is 143,600 square kilometers Bishkekistan has a population of 4 million In terms of area, this state is equal to Nepal and Greece And in terms of population, it is equal to Costa Rica and Croatia
The length of Bishkekistan from north to south is 550 km and from east to west is 430 km. Bashkortostan is an independent state in terms of oil production A large part of Russia’s total crude oil reserves are extracted from here The region is home to some of the largest excavations in the world Russia shut down a nuclear plant in Bashkir after the Chernobyl accident This is a very important region in terms of honey production
The honey produced here is a brand throughout Russia
There are many lime trees in the Russian state
And bees live in the hollow places of these lime trees.
Bashkir’s first capital was Colinburg
Jay was later transferred to Rufa Rufa is one of the largest cities in Russia Rufa is one of the largest cities in Russia There are limestone forests in this region Bashkir Lake has been discovered on the shores of Karbala in the Oral Mountains Stone Age inscriptions have been discovered in the Bashkar Cave It is the only place in Eastern Europe where such ancient remains have been discovered The cave is believed to have been inhabited by ancient people The cave is believed to have been inhabited by ancient people There is a fountain in Ufa called Seven Girls The seven girls jumped into the river to escape the external invaders.
Bashkir is famous all over Russia for its dairy products. In Bashkar, marriage is in line with Islamic customs The government has now banned more than one marriage in the region There are more than 100 mosques in Bashkar Thankfully, Tatar and Russian are the most widely spoken languages in the region Bashkir’s currency is the Russian rifle The Bashkir flag consists of three colors: white, blue and white This flag was adopted on February 25, 1992 60% of the population of Bishkek is urban and 40% live in rural areas
Bashkir has an average population of 28 people per square kilometer
Bashkir has an average population of 28 people per square kilometer There are only 2 highways in Bashkortostan The capital, Ufa, is the 11th most populous city in the world