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Gozli Ata Mausoleum

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Out of the Way and Not Very Interesting for Tourists

Gozli Ata was an important Sufi teacher from the 14th century and his mausoleum lies here, in the... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2018
Barton21
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Austin, TX
Pilgrim site, not to be missed when visiting Yangykala Canyon

Gozli Ata is one of the holiest pilgrim sites in Turkmenistan and is situated in the shadow of... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2018
simply-peregrinating
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Burnley, United Kingdom
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27 Jun 2018
“Out of the Way and Not Very Interesting for Tourists”
17 Jun 2018
“Pilgrim site, not to be missed when visiting Yangykala Canyon”
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Reviewed 28 June 2018

Gozli Ata was an important Sufi teacher from the 14th century and his mausoleum lies here, in the middle of the desert, roughly 135 km north of Balkanabat. If you are on a tour to visit the Yangykala Canyon, your guide will likely include a...More

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Reviewed 18 June 2018

Gozli Ata is one of the holiest pilgrim sites in Turkmenistan and is situated in the shadow of Yangykala Canyon, which makes for a spectacular backdrop. Gozli Ata was a 14th century Sufi teacher, it was said he could see inside peoples' souls. Gozli Ata...More

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