Tajikistan is a landlocked country in Central Asia. Over 90 percent of the country is mountainous, so it is often called the "roof of the world" by Tajik people. This part of the world has been civilization vise active since the 4th millennium BC, so the peoples of Tajikistan nurture a very long tradition of their ancestors through their languages, folklore, and customs. The country is at a low level of development in terms of tourism, which makes it extremely attractive for modern amateur researchers. Visitors who can tolerate a few potholes on the road, often only cold running water and outdoor toilets, will be rewarded with some of the most beautiful views in the world, clean air, and crystal clear lakes of ice-cold water. People have lived in this area for over 6000 years, let's find out why!