Abakh Khoja Tomb Pictures

At 3.1 miles northeast of Kashgar, Abakh Khoja Tomb served as a family tomb.

The Abakh Khoja Tomb in Kashgar is better known as the Tomb of Xiang Fei, the Uygur concubine of Emperor Qianlong during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It was built in 1640 and covers an area of about five acres. The tomb area is a large rectangular courtyard. The Islamic architectural complex inside of the tomb is well preserved. Attraction Intro: Abakh Khoja Tomb
  • At 3.1 miles northeast of Kashgar, Abakh Khoja Tomb served as a family tomb.
  • Dome-roofed preaching hall with distinctive design
  • It is said that there are more than 50 Khoja descendants are buried here in the cemetery, Abakh Khoja Tomb, Kashgar, Xinjiang.
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Asked by Mr.Kaufman from USA | Aug. 18, 2009 14:00Reply
What other names does Kashgar have? Please tell me all the old names in all the languages.
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Answered by Mr.Sandy | Aug. 20, 2009 04:18
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We usually call its short form: Kask. Shule is one of his former name, now a county's name in Kargar.
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