Video: Ziyorat. Laylak mozori
White storks hovering in the sky unceasingly pierce azure sky with fair clouds. Chattering of their nibs is heard far-far away, it resounds above fertile fields, which are carefully well-groomed with assiduous hands of farmers. At the foot of the mountains with snowed summits the village with a row of tall poplars has spread out. Only peaked mountains guards calmness of this village.
Every spring, hundreds of storks fly together at this village. Having offspring grown up in their ancient nests, they fly off again.
Just in 10-12 km from Kokand, ancient city of Fergana valley, near the “Kuduk” village that translates as “well”, there is a place, called in people “Laylak Mozori”. The name translates a bit gloomy - “Storks Cemetery”.
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