Koshoy Korgon

Koshoy Korgon
Кошой Коргон
At-Bashy District
Near Kara-Suu in Kyrgyzstan
Qoshoy Qorgon from the outside (northeast), looking south.
Qoshoy Qorgon from the inner northern corner, looking south-east. The on-site museum is visible in the background.
Koshoy Korgon is located in Kyrgyzstan
Koshoy Korgon
Koshoy Korgon
Koshoy Korgon is located in West and Central Asia
Koshoy Korgon
Koshoy Korgon
Koshoy Korgon is located in Asia
Koshoy Korgon
Koshoy Korgon
Coordinates41°07′23″N 75°42′01″E / 41.1230°N 75.7004°E / 41.1230; 75.7004
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Site history

Koshoy Korgon or Qoshoy Qorgon (Kyrgyz: Кошой Коргон [qoʃoj qorʁón]) is a ruined fortress of uncertain date located in At-Bashy District, Kyrgyzstan. The structure, which consists of walls made of mud enclosing a large area and is identified as a korgon ("fortress", not to be confused with a kurgan), is immediately to the southeast of Kara-Suu village, and a little ways west of At-Bashy village. It is named after Qoshoy baatyr, one of Manas's generals, who is thought to have been a catalyst for its construction. There is an on-site museum for tourists that is rarely open.[1][2]


  1. ^ "Кошой-Коргон- неприступная крепость". page3408923.html. Retrieved 2021-03-22.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Легенда о крепости Кошой-Коргон — Слово Кыргызстана" (in Russian). Retrieved 2021-03-22.
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