Kyzyl Kiya (1,058 m) is located 150 kilometers outside of the city of Batken on the southern edge of the Fergana Valley. This city has a population of over 43,000 people and produces large amounts of potatoes, grains, vegetables, fruit, and oil.

Kyzyl Kiya

Founded in 1898, Kyzyl Kyia is a bit more built up than surrounding areas as it used to be a major industrial center during the times of the Soviet Union.  As a result, it has a railway that connects the village to both Uzbekistan and Tajikistan as well as a small airport.

Due to its lower elevation, travelers visiting Kyzyl Kiya in the summer should expect hot, dry weather.  Spring and Autumn are rainy seasons and winter is short as well as not terribly cold.

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