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Mountain Sulaiman-Too, Osh
(4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
Marking the mid-point of the ancient Silk Road, Mountain Sulaiman-Too joined the World Heritage List in 2009 due to its abundance of ancient places of worship and petroglyphs found across its five peaks. Rising 175 m (574 ft) above the surrounding landscape, the mountain boasts numerous spiritual sites significant to both Islamic and pre-Islamic traditions, including the supposed gravesite of Sulayman, or Solomon, the prophet of the Qur'an. You'll also have the opportunity to learn about the mountain through the National Historical and Archaeological Museum Complex Sulayman, which details archaeological findings extracted from this site, along with its history. Use our Osh vacation planner to visit Mountain Sulaiman-Too on your trip to Osh, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Watch as he briefs the plain He said that as the US to close the leg up on a narrow and slippery rock to uppermost has seen the city rooftops. Not into the cave because they want to pin down the north slope must be aware of ours.
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  • We have climbed the mountain on the stairs! Slipped down the rocks and to indulge superstition. In addition I visited also the cave at the next mountain. Profitable not to go there!
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  • We walked around this place, but couldn't see the museum as it was too late. It's quite nice to have such a mountain in the middle of the city. It's nice walking around it and seeing the city from her...  more »