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Mausoleum of Dzhabrail ata.

Special excursion to Turkestan region.

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Monuments of culture and history of the Turkestan region.

The Dzhabrail ata mausoleum, a monumental structure, is part of the Ismail ata architectural and cult complex, located in an ancient cemetery in the southern part of the complex, in the central part of the Turbat village, 133 meters north of the highway in the Kazygurt district of the Turkestan region.
The mausoleum of Dzhabrail ata dates from the XIIIth - XIXth centuries, it is a portal-domed one-chamber building with a side of a square room. Architecturally, only two facades - southern and western, facing the avenues have been developed.
The southern facade is built in the form of a portal with a large lancet niche in a U-shaped frame. The corners of the portal are flanked by three-quarter columns. The western façade is divided into 3 parts by blades-pilasters, each of which has a shallow niche.
The mausoleum of Jabrail ata is known and revered among the Muslim population, it is used as an object of pilgrimage, for scientific, cult and cultural - educational purposes. The mausoleum is an architectural monument.
Legends associate the personality of Dzhabrail with the brother of Ismail-Ata, the son of the local saint Iskhak-Ata.
Geographic coordinates of the mausoleum of Dzhabrail ata: N41 ° 45'31.06 "E69 ° 35'28.91"

Mausoleum of Jabrail-ata. Photo of the 80s of the XX century.

The guidebook across Kazakhstan.  “Monuments of history and culture of Kazakhstan. Shymkent region. Volume 1. Alma-Ata. 1994. G.M. Kamalova.