Sulayman Too or Sulayman Mountain is a rock formation not far from the city of Osh. It is a sacred mountain for Muslims because it is believed to be a place of the tomb of the Prophet Suleyman (Solomon). Mountain is a place of pilgrimage for many centuries, even pre-Muslim times, and it is on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Near the top of the rock, which is a natural tower, there is a small mosque built in the year 1510. This mosque was reconstructed in the Soviet era, and the National Historical and Archaeological Museum Complex Sulayman was built near the peak, showing local archeological finds.