The Sulayman-Too forms the backdrop to the city of Osh. The sacred Tulayman-Too or Tahti-Suleiman ("Throne of Sulayman") is named in honour of the legendary bible king Solomon and prophet in the Qur'an. The mountain with its five peaks contains a grave, that supposedly marks the grave of Sulayman.
At the foot of the mountain are located the most outstanding mosques of the city Osh (the mausoleum Asaf-ibn-Burkhia (XI -XVIII), the mosque Ravat – Abdullakhan (XVII – XVIII), and the mosque Muhammad Yusuf Baikhozhi- Oghli (1909)).
The Sulayman-Too is an UNESCO Heritage site since 1997.
Kyrgyzstan 2000, 3000 years city of Osh.
Kyrgyzstan 2013, Sulayman-Too.
The stamp was issued in miniaturesheets of four stamps.
United Nations 2017, Sulayman-Too.
The stamp was issued in the seres "Along the Silk Roads".
The stamp above was issued in sheets of 20 stamps:
Stamps from the booklets
$0.49 New York office, CHF 0.50 Geneva Office, €0.50 Vienna Office.