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Located in the Karakengir river valley, 45 km northeast of the city of Zhezkazganof Karaganda region. The mausoleum has a rectangular shape and two rooms. The structure has a double dome. The mausoleum is built of red burnt brick. The interior of the mausoleum is quite modest, for architectural decor, the walls are not decorated. The interior is illuminated by two arched openings located in the side chambers. Near the mausoleum are several settlements and mausoleums. Also, there are Kazakh burial places. The mausoleum was built in honor of the oldest son of Genghis Khan – Jochi Khan. The history of the origin of the mausoleum is known only by the legend «Aksak Kulan and Jochi Khan» (Lame Kulan and Jochi Khan). In ancient times, AlashaKhan had a son Jochi and Dombauyl batyr (hero). Once, Jochi with his friendswent to hunting for wild kulans. He was attacked by an angry lame kulan, which bit off the khan’s right hand.