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|Face:||Equestrian statue of Manas the Noble|
The mausoleum - located near the city of Talas - is the most ancient of similar structures which survived on the territory of Kyrgyzstan. The square building mainly made of burnt bricks and carved terracotta, covered with a hipped dome was erected around 1334 above the tomb of the daughter of Emir Abuki Kianizek-khatun.
The mausoleum supposedly holds the remains of Manas. During renovations in 1969, the skeleton of a man was found inside, though the inscription on the outside says that the mausoleum is for a woman. In the Epic of Manas, his wife Kanykei decide to bury Manas in a tomb with somebody else’s name on the front, well aware of the practice of the time of destroying all records of one’s foes. Putting another name on the tomb would ensure that it would survive Manas’s enemies
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