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The Sulaiman-too Sacred Mountain I listed as world Heritage site in Kyrgyzstan with the description of "the most complete example of a sacred mountain anywhere in Central Asia, worshipped over several millennia". The mountain is located in the city of Osh (the second largest city of Kyrgyzstan) and was once of major place of Muslim and pre-Muslim pilgrimage; it is still worshipped by local Muslims.

The mountain is a 1000 meters high and belongs to spur of Alay mountain range; its five peaks and slopes contain numerous ancient places of worship and caves as well as with petroglyphs two large mosque constructed in 16th century.

There are several caves on the mountain where local Muslims would pray for the water drips from the roof for relief from the illnesses etc. Pregnant women also pray here for healthy and wise children like King Solomon.