In the very center of the three thousand year old Osh is a Muslim shrine.
The mountain of calcareous rock is a five-headed rocky height 1175 meters above sea level. Its length is more than 1,140 meters, width - 560.
From time immemorial Sulaiman-Too had a sacred significance, as evidenced by the petroglyphs preserved here. According to legend, the biblical King Solomon (Suleiman) himself visited the mountain. Until the 16th century, it was called Bara-Kukh, and later became known as Takht-i-Suleiman - "The Throne of Solomon". At the top of the mountain is the mosque "Taht-i-Suleiman", built during the reign of the commander Bobur of the Timurid dynasty.
Inside Sulaiman-Too there are seven caves, one of which is the Osh United Historical and Cultural Museum. Ancient monuments of architecture, such as mosques and mausoleums, are also spread out at the foot. On June 29, 2009 Sulaiman-Too was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.