Kyrgyzstan is a country located in Asian continent and lies between the latitude 41o 00' North and longitude is 75o 00' East are the respective geographic coordinates of Kyrgyzstan. Kazakhstan, China, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan are neighboring countries of Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek is the capital city and Som is the currency of Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyz, Russians, and Uzbeks made up the population of Kyrgyzstan, and the languages spoken by these populations are Russian and Kyrgyz. Only seven per cent of the land is cultivable, whereas half is used for growing fodder for livestock's: the rest of the land supports for wheat, fruit, cotton, vegetables, and tobacco. Staple food is local bread called nan. Kyrgyzstan has reserves of oil, gas, and coal. Gold and mercury are mined for exports, smaller amounts of other minerals includes bauxite, iron ore, tin, lead, copper and zinc. The lakes and rivers give it great potential for hydroelectric power.