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Sulayman Mountain, also known as Taht-I-Suleyman, is a sacred mountain located in the city of Osh in southern Kyrgyzstan. The mountain has religious significance for both Muslims and pagans, and is considered a place of pilgrimage for many people in the region.

According to local legend, the mountain was named after the Prophet Solomon, who was said to have visited the area and prayed on the mountain. Another legend suggests that the mountain was created by the devil, who dug it out of the earth in an attempt to reach heaven.

The mountain is home to a number of historical and religious sites, including a mosque, a shrine, and a museum. At the base of the mountain is the Osh Bazaar, a lively marketplace that sells a wide range of goods, including fresh produce, spices, and souvenirs.

The mountain is also a popular destination for hikers and climbers, with several trails leading up to the summit. From the top of the mountain, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the city of Osh and the surrounding landscape.