November 15, 2009

13 Emerging wonders of the world:Sulaiman-Too Sacred Mountain in Kyrgyzstan


Sulaiman-Too Sacred Mountain in Kyrgyzstan
Sulaiman-Too Sacred Mountain in Kyrgyzstan
Two grand 16th-century mosques on the coarse slopes of Sulaiman are just a couple of places to worship in the Silk Road conglomeration of peaks and foothills. The site represents the seams and overlap of Central Asian cultures, from pre-Islamic destinations to Islamic centers that attract people seeking cures for physical ailments today. Visitors can also search for Sulamain's famed petroglyphs (rock carvings) to add to the list of 101 indexed thus far.

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