Arystan Bab Mausoleum is a mausoleum in Kazakhstan close to the village of Kogam and Otrartobe.
The Aisha-Bibi is in the west of Taraz, Kazakhstan on the Silk Road. It is locally famous as a monument to love and faithfulness.
The religious structure continues to draw pilgrims from across Central Asia and has come to epitomize the Kazakh national identity.
Baydibek Karashauly (dates of birth and death are unknown) lived in the 11-12th centuries in the neighborhood of East Karatau, died in present Algabas district, near Aktas stud and buried on the river bank of Balabogen. The tomb established still in the ancient time with a dome remained.
Domalak Ana Mausoleum is a unique architectural monument of the South Kazakhstan.
Beket-Ata Underground mosque is located in the Oglandy countryside, Mangystau region. This religious monument of architecture dates back to the XVIII century. Beket-Ata is considered as a holy place, in importance as a burial of Khozha Ahmed Yassaui. During two centuries, pilgrims come here for bowing the Holy Spirit.