Journey to the Sultan-Epe Mosque
Jeep tour to the underground mosques of Mangystau
Trip to the Kenta-Baba Necropolis
Route according to the program: Akshukur village – mazary Kashkar-Ata – Karamandy village - Esmambet-Ata necropolis (XVIII – XIX centuries) – Tauchik village – Kenta-Baba necropolis (X – XV centuries) – Sultan-Epe underground mosque (IX – XII centuries)
Sultan-Epe is an underground mosque, and a whole complex of monuments and ancient structures that are located next to the mosque, there is also a water well, a beautiful garden of trees in the middle of the desert and ancient parking lots of people who lived here in ancient times. People come to the mosque to ask for healing and protection of ancestral spirits. There are 9 rooms in the Sultan-Epe Mosque, the ceilings are high in some rooms you can stand in full height.
Sultan-Epe is a holy man, defender of seafarers, patron of seafarers and travelers, a healer, revered by locals in ancient times for his good deeds and deeds. Sultan-Epe Mosque is a place of pilgrimage and one of the attractions of the Mangyshlak peninsula. The distance from the city of Fort Shevchenko to the mosque is 57 kilometers, it is easy and simple to get here, you can use the services of our company.
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