According to many researchers, the horn-like design in this terme has a zoomorphic origin, reflecting the cattle-breeding direction of the economy. It originated in ancient times and has survived to this day in a highly stylized form. This motif bears the name "kochkor muyuz". It is deeply rooted among the Kyrgyz people and widespread in Central Asia, particularly Kazakhstan. Variations of the pattern are called "sonar muyuz" (one horn) and "kosh muyuz" (double horn).
9.5 meters (31 feet)