The city of Osh - the administrative center of Osh region and the second largest city in Kyrgyzstan. The city is situated at an altitude of more than 1,000 m above sea level on the edge of the Fergana Valley at the northern foot of the ridge Kichialayskogo. Osh is surrounded on three sides by spurs of the ridge, and in the city center to a height of 100 m up the mountain Sulaiman-Too. It is believed that this is where the Prophet Suleiman appealed to God, and the stones were left imprints on his forehead and knees. Most of the mountain is now in the National Museum, "The Great Silk Road" and includes Asaf ibn Burhiya, the ruins of baths (XI-XII centuries., Now a museum under the open sky), Takht Suleiman Mosque and the Mosque of Jami Rawat Abdullakhan (both X-XI cc.). Unique exhibits tell about the milestones in the development of the material world of the peoples of the region - from the Stone Age to the present. In general, these findings of archaeologists, historians and ethnographers. The city survived many Muslim architectural monuments. The most significant of them: Jami Mosque Rawat Abdulla, Madrasah Alymbekov Paravanchi Datca, madrassas Muhamedboy Türk Hal Muratbaev, madrassas Damulla Hazrat Mohammed, Sydyk-Akhund-Aglam are magnificent examples of architecture and construction of Fergana school.