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Sulaiman-Too. Located in the center of Osh. The shape of the mountain is a five-domed limestone overhanging more than 1140 m. And 560 m wide, along the base, stretched from west to east. The mountain has several peaks, the highest of which is Rushan-Tag. Buura-Tag or Sulaiman-Too peak, which gave the name to all the mountain. On its site there is a Takht-i-Sulayman mosque or “Babur’s house”, a monument of epigraphy of the XI century. Shore-Tag (“white salt top”) stand out because of the white cap of efflorescence, Air-Tag is a saddle top, therefore it is translated as “mountain – saddle”, Cattama-Tag (“layered mountain”) and Keklicuchar (“top where kekliks fly ”).
One of the largest museums of Kyrgyzstan is located in Osh at the foot of the eponymous Solomon mountain, a tourist attraction of the city and a famous place of Muslim pilgrimage. The museum was created in 1949. During its long history, it was repeatedly renamed. The museum holds over 33 thousand exhibits relating to the history, archeology, art, nature of the southern region of Kyrgyzstan.
Is considered one of the most colorful and large in terms of turnover of markets in Central Asia. In addition, it has existed in one place for more than 2000 years, from the time when one of the branches of the legendary Silk Road passed through Osh. A huge eastern market stretches for a kilometer along the western bank of the Ak-Bura River. What is there just not: food, clothing, household goods, textiles, souvenirs, and even cattle.
The complex is the cultural heritage of the life of the great statesman of the Kyrgyz people, the Bey of the Andijan province, who played a significant role in the horde of the Kokand Khanate. In the center of the complex there is a three-story yurt. A variant of this yurt with natural decoration was presented at a yurt competition in Talas oblast in 1995 at events timed to the 1000th anniversary of the Manas epic.
The city of Osh is the second largest city in Kyrgyzstan and one of the most ancient cities of Central Asia.
The exact date of its occurrence is unknown.
The written history goes back over a millennium, and archaeological finds are generally three thousand years old.
Morning transfer to the airport.
Flight to Osh.
Transfer to the hotel, on the way photo stop in front of the monuments of Manas, Barsbek and Alymbek Datka.
Short city tour (Administration, Central Square, Kyrgyz Drama Theater, OshMU, Philharmonic).
Check-in hotel. Dinner.
Sulaiman-Too mountain tour. Museum of local lore, ethnographic complex Alymbek Datka.
Breakfast in the hotel.
Navoi Park, Toktogul, Youth.
Lunch. Osh market.
Departure to Bishkek.
Transfer to the hotel.