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Ruh Ordo Cultural Center, Cholpon Ata
(4.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
Combining elements of various cultures and religions, Ruh Ordo Cultural Center affords visitors the opportunity for their own spiritual development and self-discovery. With a collection of artworks and replicas of sculptures of deities and chapels of Buddhist, Muslim, Jewish, Catholic, and Orthodox persuasions, the center unites major belief systems in one place. Exploring the serene manicured lawns, the park takes on a surreal aspect, framed by the waters of lake Issyk Kul. Make Ruh Ordo Cultural Center a part of your Cholpon Ata vacation plans using our Cholpon Ata trip itinerary maker.
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  • Don't expect enlightenment or even some kind of cultural epiphany, especially if you are familiar with world religions. Suspend all judgment, walk around the park and enjoy the Absurd. It really doesn...  more »
  • The cultural centre-which welcomes visitors to accompany them on a path to spirituality and evolution of religions-harmonizes perfectly your architecture with the surrounding environment, particularly with the Lake didn't freeze Yssyk Kol, whose waters ever despite being surrounded by high peaks and snow-covered all year, making-then-extremely impressive and somewhat mystical visiting places.
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  • Center really makes it very well acquainted with the local culture, in the sense of how pleasant, soft, widely understood why people are modern Kirghiz. Temples of five religions — in this case, no more than one large symbol, confirming this. As to a point of interest for them to look, in my opinion, not very interesting. And it really is crammed with a multitude of characters in all the world, and listen as the guide explains it, pleasant experience, although one wonders why it took this to symbolize in General:) I most enjoyed the meadow with sculptures in honor of Aitmatov's works-many of them can truly be called works of art that's just clear to them why they are here. In General, a large territory, beautiful, with lots of benches. It seems to me, there you can spend the whole day.
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