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Babaji Khatun Mausoleum

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Babaji Khatun Mausoleum

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Silk Road Adventures
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Silk Road Adventures

For centuries Silk Road caravans have crossed the steppes of Kazakhstan. The main line of their route lay across the ancient cities Sayram, Turkestan, Otrar, Taraz and go further to Central Asia. During this tour you will visit these cities and see the beauty of Kazakhstan’s nature – Aksu-Zhabagly nature reserve.
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JGDynamo wrote a review Jul 2018
Canada2,159 contributions2,710 helpful votes
Completing the trifecta of mausoleums in close quarters in Taraz is the Babaji Khatun Mausoleum. Much more cost effective than the Karahan mausoleum it is still a beautiful reminder of someones life and those who loved them.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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curlylekan wrote a review Nov 2016
Rotterdam, The Netherlands143 contributions59 helpful votes
Another place I would recommend in Taraz. It is good to start learning about Turkish/Central Asian history. It is beautiful and a great place for pictures with that special someone.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Ashcat M wrote a review May 2015
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Surrounded by beautiful greenery, the Babaji Khatun mausoleum was constructed for a brave woman who served the legendary girl Aisha Bibi. This mausoleum stands next to the mausoleum of Aisha BIbi and tourists and Muslims are free to visit and pay homage to a woman who stood for love and courage.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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