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A straight and dusty road leads to the Torugart Pass that separates China and Kyrgyzstan, in the area known as the historic Silk Road trading route.

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Trucks bringing goods from China to Kyrgyzstan are stalled at the Torugart Pass border crossing, in the area known as the historic Silk Road trading route.

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A historic caravanserai, or traveling hotel, that served traders along the historic Silk Road route many centuries before, still stands as as a historical monument against a harsh landscape in the Tash Rabat Valley that separates Kyrgyzstan from China.

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Chickens look for food on a farm in Kyrgyzstan.

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Kyrgyz yurt patterns line the foreground of mountain peaks that rise to create a harsh border along the historic Silk Road trading route between Kyrgyzstan and China, in the Tash Rabat Valley. Yurts are traditional houses where many people in Central Asia live.

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A shepherd boy sits in the doorway of his home, called a yurt, in the Tash Rabat Valley that separates Kyrgyzstan and China.

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A historic caravanserai, or traveling hotel, that served traders along the historic Silk Road route many centuries before, still stands as as a historical monument. It is surrounded by a harsh landscape in the Tash Rabat Valley that separates Kyrgyzstan from China.

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A historic caravanserai, or traveling hotel, that served traders along the historic Silk Road route many centuries before, still stands as as a historical monument. It is surrounded by a harsh landscape in the Tash Rabat Valley that separates Kyrgyzstan from China.

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