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A Soviet-Era Museum In Kyrgyzstan, Built Into The Side Of A Mountain

The National Historical and Archaeological Museum Complex Sulayman is a museum established in 1949 in Osh, Kyrgyzstan. The structure carved inside the Sulayman Mountain represents a glassed concrete arch that closes the entrance to the cave. The collections include more than 33,000 pieces of archaeological and ethnographic artifacts, works of handicraft, paintings, sculptures, and graphics.

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The National Historical and Archaeological Museum Complex Sulayman


 Osh Regional Museum

A Soviet-Era Museum In Kyrgyzstan
A Soviet-Era Museum In Kyrgyzstan
A Soviet-Era Museum In Kyrgyzstan
A Soviet-Era Museum In Kyrgyzstan

A Soviet-Era Museum In Kyrgyzstan
A Soviet-Era Museum In Kyrgyzstan

 Osh Regional Museum