Buzyk-Kala (ancient Kazakh city, settlement)
The remains of ancient cities in the Kyzylorda region -
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Buzyk-Kala is an ancient settlement of the VI-X century, it represents the remains of an ancient city, clay walls, corridors, rooms have been preserved, the roof is missing somewhere. The city was discovered 55 km southwest of the city of Kazaly (now the village of Aiteke bi), east of the Aral Sea. The city of Buzy-Kala was first explored in 1946.
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The settlement of Buzyk-Kala is located in the Kyzylorda region, 8 kilometers from the village of Zhanakurylys, and 55 km from the city of Kazalinsk, Republic of Kazakhstan.
The settlement of Buzyk-Kala is an early medieval city, rectangular in shape, surrounded by a moat 10 meters wide, an area of 145x290 meters. During the excavations, ceramic pots with different patterns and ornaments were discovered. The data show that Buzykala existed between the 6th and 10th centuries. The project of the city was explored in 1946 by the Khorezm expedition of Archeology and ethnography under the guidance of archaeologist, researcher S. P. Tolstov.
Buzyk-Kala settlement in Kyzylorda region