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Museum Sulaiman Too is on the western side of mountain which dominates center of the city. The museum was built 1978 to commemorate 3000 years of recorded human history in Osh. Its design is unusual. A glassed concrete arch closes off a natural cave, which...More
A great place to spend time in if you need a break from the heat outside. The artefacts inside are not too interesting, but do provide a brief background to sites around the country (areas you are unlikely to visit). The usual stuff animals are...More
We viewed the museum as part of a day tour of Osh. We were happy for the air condition in the museum, as it was a very hot day. The museum was built in the caves during the Soviet times, and is on two levels....More
What it lacks in content, it makes up for in design. It was interesting and thought provoking, to see the old religions in such detail. I would say it’s a must for any 1st time visit to this enchanting city. sadly, photos are forbidden, nothing...More
Part of your day on Sulaiman Mountain, you will find the Museum quite an interesting time for you. The English guides are very good, the information is appropriate to the circumstances of contemporary interest. Worth your time to stop in and see what it is...More
Seriously was expecting something way more interesting in an UNESCO world heritage site. They even charge the tourist fee of 150 soms instead of local 30 soms. 150 soms gets you a lot of things in Kyrgyzstan so was expecting something with thorough explanations, but...More