Labak Mausoleum is an architectural and historic monument of XIX century. It is located at the 20 km to South-East of Malshybai village in Ulytau municipality of Karaganda region, on the left bank of Karakengir River.
Its author, constructor and history are unknown.
In 1975 it was studied by the expedition of the Kazakh Ministry of Culture of the Kazakh SSR headed by M. Mamanbayev, M. Nurkabayev and M. Sembin.
The Mausoleum is a single-chambered domical construction. It was decorated with coating and corbel on the front façade from stones with ornament. The north and eastern facades are decorated with bricking. The cupola is framed with 2 layers of bricks. The entry is oriented to South-West.
The mausoleum was constructed from adobe brick. The cupola is made from square burnt brick. The height of the pediment is 52 cm.
It is one of the best samples of XIX century in the Central Kazakhstan. The Mausoleum is an architectural monument of national significance.
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