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Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek (Kirgizstan),
district og GES-2, Chernyshevskogo st.65
(+996 550) 108 739Work
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Approximately 520 km from Bishkek, 125 km (1.5 hours) from Naryn, 17 km from the end of the asphalt road (immediately after the reserve runway) 90 km (1.5 hours) to the Torugart border and at an altitude of about 3500 m above sea level, is located ancient caravanserai Tash-Rabat. It is perhaps the best preserved sight of the Silk Road, and "in no other place did its original atmosphere remain."

The famous Dungan Mosque in the city of Karakol, built in the style of a Buddhist temple of the Chinese, is one of the monuments of architecture of the Dungan culture of the late 19th century.

The most surprising thing in this mosque is that it is built without a single nail or any metal bundles. The builders used only wooden girders made of Tien Shan fir, elm-tree and local poplar. Also in the decoration of the building a walnut-tree was used.

The Trinity Orthodox Church is located in the center of the city of Karakol. The church was built in 1894-1895 on the site of the five-domed brick church destroyed by the earthquake. During the construction the surviving foundation was used. The Church retains the general principle of building ancient Russian six-barrel temples.

In the church are stored the relics of three - Prom, Tarakh and Andronicus, as well as the icon of the Tikhvin Mother of God. It was written more than 110 years ago in Greek Athens especially for Central Asia and is considered sacred and miraculous.

One of the main shrines of Muslims - the Sulaiman-Too Sacred Mountain is situated near the town of Osh in Kyrgyzstan.

In the mountain there are seven caves, the entrances of which are framed by grottoes. The most famous and popular among the pilgrims are the caves "Chakka Tamar" and "Tepeunkur". According to ancient beliefs, the cave "Chakka Tamar" has unique healing properties. The whole mountain range skirts the sacred water canals Jupas-arik and Jannat-arik, on which the medieval water-lifting wheels are still working. There is also a mosque, "Ravat-Abdullahana", which, according to some reports, was built in the 16th century and the Khujra building ("Babur's house").

Burana Tower is located 12 km south-west from the city of Tokmok on the road to the Kegety gorge, on the left bank of the river Chu.

Its construction dates back to the X-XI centuries. The original height of the tower was at least 40 m, but its upper part was dropped by the earthquake. Nowadays, the height is 21,7 meters.

Its construction dates back to the X-XI centuries. The original height of the tower was at least 40 m, but its upper part was dropped by the earthquake. Nowadays, the height is 21,7 meters.