List of objects included in the map
Yessen Ata Burial
Location: located in Mangistau district of Mangistau region, 5 km to the south-east from Beki village.
Coordinates: N 43°50' 22.14" , E 52°2' 53.37"
Description of the Monument: Studied by expedition of Mangistau National Historical and Cultural Reserve in 2004, under the direction of K. Konyssa. Included in governmental records upon Resolution no. 197 dated October 5, 2004 of Mangistau Regional Akimat. It is currently included in the list of national historical and cultural monuments of local value by Order no. 3 dated January 5, 2018 by Mangistau Regional Akimat. This memorial was included into the list of sacred objects as part of the project of regional importance Geography of Sacral Paces in Kazakhstan within the program 'Spiritual Renewal'. The ancient necropolis is situated on a high elongated hill near the road Zhetybai-Shetpe. At the entrance to its territory there is a traditional place for prayers paved with stone; one of them is in the form of a rock work with a wooden pole, another one looks like an elongated fence. According to the legends Holy Yessen Ata is buried here. The whole area of the necropolis is divided into the old and new parts. In the old part the graves are paved with rocks and fenced with koytasses and kulpytasses. Most koytasses and kulpytasses are decorated with flat carving of complex ornament. There are a diversity of gravestones, reflecting pagan and Muslim world representations. Later part of the necropolis of 18-20th centuries where saganatams are found is constructed with modern buildings.
- 'Holy Places of Mangistau
and Ustyurt' Serikbol Kondybay, 2007.
- Archives of Mangistau National Hystorical and Cultural Reserve.
The mosque consists of 12 rooms connected with each other. Each room has its function. For example, a room for religious rituals, others are for education, and rooms for household needs. The central room is a rectangular hall with dimensions 7,1x5,1 m ...
The earliest structures here date back to the second half of the 17th c. The necropolis was developed in time and space in a circle, i.e. the most ancient constructions remained in the center. Out of the two extant domed mausoleums, the structure in the southern part of the necropolis is of particular interest. ...
In the necropolis 200 objects of different types are marked. The sites are represented by round and sub-rectangular stone fences constructed with horizontal masonry technique, stelae of rough stones installed next to them, koitasses, syndyktasses and kulpytasses. ...