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Aalam Ordo KG

Aalam Ordo is located along the road on the southern shore of lake Issyk-Kul 5 kilometers east of Kaji-Say, between the main road and the beach. 

The abandoned cultural and spiritual complex includes a 1,500-meter-long wall, covered in frescoes, and cement yurts line the main road. The project was carried out by Tashkul Keriksisov, now deceased. He wanted to make it a center for scientific, spiritual and cultural sharing. Unfortunately the project could not be funded until the end, and the center is currently abandoned. The place was not chosen by chance, it should have been theoretically in the center of the ancient continent of Pangea.

Abshir-Ata waterfall KG

In the Abshir-Say valley, 40 km southwest of the town of Nookat is the unique Abshir-Ata waterfall, 1,800 meters above sea level.

The waterfall is unique because the water escapes from a hole with a diameter of 1.5 m, and its fall has a height of 12 to 15 m from the ground. The water contains mineral salts. It is considered sacred, and so are many local visitors.

According to a legend, once upon a time there was a pilgrim who hit the rock with his stick and milk began to flow from it.

Ak-Beshim KG

The ruins of the ancient city Ak-Beshim are located south of the city Tokmok, near the village Ak-Beshim (from Kyrgyz which means "white noon").

Ak-Beshim was one of the main cities on the Silk Road. It was one of the shopping centers in the Chu Valley.

The city was built in 4 phases, starting from the 5-6 century.

Today, here one can look at the ruins of the Chumish Fortress, Nestorian monastery and a Christian church, two Buddhist temples. And also, one can observe cave paintings and burial mounds.

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