Sulaiman Too Sacred Mountain: 40.527433, 72.785637
Sulaiman Too Sacred Mountain
This sacred mountain looms over Osh, and for millenia has been a place of worship. There are many different caves dotting the mountain, each set up as a place of worship, and each of which is reputed to have a different spiritual or physical benefit, such as enhancing fertility or curing diseases. Veneration of the mountain existed in pre-Islamic times, and there are numerous sites with pterogylphs. The mountain is considered the best example of a Central Asian sacred mountain and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.