Cultural Center «Ruh Ordo» named after Ch. Aytmatov

«Ruh Ordo» is a huge open-air complex located on the shore of Lake Issyk-Kul. The complex consists of ten museums; the “Kyrgyz art and culture Hall”, the house-museum of Aytmatov, picture and photo galleries, the “Knowledge Treasure trove”, “Sayakbay Kralayev’s arbour” etc. There are five chapels representing world confessions; Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam. They symbolize God as being the only one.

Walking about the alleys of the cultural center you can see sculptures and a painting representing different techniques and genres of generations. Regularly the expositions are updated with new pieces.

The tour about the centre of “Ruh Ordo” includes the history of Kyrgyz culture and art but the most interesting part of the day in the cultural centre is the interactive tour with national dances and songs, games and traditions.

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