Kyrgyz Republic or Kyrgyzstan, celebrate the Feast of the Sacrifice, or also known as Eid al-Adha, every 6th of November. Orozo Ait, or the end of Ramadan, is held every August 31. Officially a democratic parliamentary republic, a revolution in April 2010 overthrew the former president Kurmanbek Bakiyev and resulted in the adoption of a new constitution and the appointment of an interim government. Clashes occurred between the two main ethnic groups?the Uzbeks and Kyrgyz which raised fears of a civil war and a hundred thousand refugees have fled the country. Kyrgyzstan has significant deposits of metals including gold and rare earth metals, as well as a system of higher education including the International University Of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz State University of Arabaev, and the Bishkek State Economic and Commercial Institute just to name a few. In addition, there are landmarks and tourist attractions in the country such as Tian Shan Mountains, The Seven Bulls, and Bishkek.No Kyrgyz Republic white pages located..