A large mausoleum from the Golden Horde period was discovered in the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan, according to the city's State Pedagogical Institute.
“The mausoleum, dating back to the 14th century, is one of the main archaeological buildings in the Say-Arka territory. The height of it is 20 meters and in the lower part of the burial pit the skeleton of a man who was representative of the ruling elite was discovered”, They expressed.
Unique medieval workshops, an original irrigation system, and silver and copper coins minted in Eastern Europe and China were found at the site.
Scientists have already begun to process their discoveries.
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