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Abakh Hoja Tomb

Kashgar, Kashi 844504, China
+86 189 9909 3311
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“rose garden” (3 reviews)
“glazed tiles” (4 reviews)
“buried here” (4 reviews)
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Kashgar, Kashi 844504, China
+86 189 9909 3311
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are going to Kashgar make sure you stop by the central travel office just to the left of id kah mosque. Iskander and the staff there are very helpful and will book whatever you need like the highway trip or shiptons arch which...More

Thank lenzimark
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is a rose garden in front of the tomb. The building itself is quite pretty, colourful, green in major. But I only spent like 10 minutes already want to leave. Not a must to come, only when you have extra time to spend.

Thank 954hungg
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Your travel guide will tell you all about the place. Suffice it to say, the grounds and buildings are splendid and impressive. Unmentioned is the rose garden immediately in front of the main entrance, in bloom (at least) in late May and early June. Further...More

Thank Michael C
Reviewed 11 May 2017

This is a beautiful tomb on the outskirts of Kashgar, with colorful ceramics of different patterns. It looks like it could be in Persia. A legend is told of a fragrant concubine of one of the emperors who is supposedly buried here.

Thank Lynn G
Reviewed 7 May 2017

The story around this place is pretty good, but the mausoleum is pretty ordinary. This is really not a must see.

Thank CommanderChip
Reviewed 4 May 2017

This is a relatively small site, not far from the town centre. Nip out in a taxi. The mausoleum lost its dome in an earthquake so that has been rebuilt, but the interior is cool and the tiles are mostly original, with various patterns. There's...More

Thank 415katew
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The Islamic architecture and design of the tomb looks magnificent. It is highly recommended for a visit.

Thank Sprava
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Interesting landmark. but would be back in less cold weather as we couldnt see much when we came in November.

Thank Hey D
Reviewed 6 January 2017

Over the course of the years maintaining the enchanting tile work on this stunning mausoleum has been accomplished- among other things- by using different patterned ceramic tiles available to the workers at the time. The result is a brilliant palimpsest of color and pattern reflecting...More

Thank arnels0n
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Located on the outskirts of kasha, the tomb was built in the 17th century. It is divided up into 4 areas, the Family Mausoleum, the Everyday Mosque, the Medrasa and the Friday Mosque, They are all designed and built in Uyghar style. There is also...More

Thank Paulette A
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