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In addition, Ouighur and Dungan Chinese Muslims settled in Kyrgyzstan.
This mix of populations makes Kyrgyz Republic one of the most ethnically diverse populations in Asia.
During World War I, many Kyrgyz refused to support the tsarist troops and many were massacred.
In addition, ethnic minorities were deported to Kyrgyzstan, including Germans, Kurds, Chechens, Poles, and Jews.
While the southern (and warmer) region contains Jalalabad, Osh. The southern half of Kyrgyz Republic is also part of the Fergana Valley, a fertile agricultural region shared by Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan.
Bishkek and the Northwest The area around Bishkek is home to most of the country's population, as well as the fabulous Ala Archa National Park, while the western part of the country is less visited and sparsely populated.
In 1876 the area was incorporated into the Russian empire and later the Soviet Union.
With the tsarist annexation came numerous Slavic immigrants that displaced many of the Kyrgyz and planted crops on their pasture lands.