The mausoleum of Bespakyr is an architectural and religious monument of the 19th century. It is located in the southeastern part, 8.5 km from of the village of Abay in Korgalzhyn district of Akmola region. The mausoleum of Bespakyr is made of raw bricks. The bricks were made of sheep’s milk, sheep’s wool and clay. The upper part of the dome of the entrance volume collapsed, there are caving of the walls around the entrance arch.
The mausoleum Bespakyr was built from raw brick. The unique feature of it is the upper part of the dome of the entrance volume, where there is a collapse of the masonry of the walls around the entrance arch. Characterized by a kind of mazar, built in the form of a Sagan with a dome entrance. The two-chamber composition in the transverse axis is stretched in the direction from East to West. The smooth forms of the facade walls emphasize the proportions of a small volume. A low arched entrance from the eastern side leads into an oval chamber with a diameter of about 2.8 m, covered with a dome, deduced by the brickwork. Along the axis of the entrance there is a low arched opening into the main round chamber in the form of a Sagan 6.5 m, the height of the walls is 3 m. It was first investigated in 1987. According to legend, the mausoleum was built in honor of the five soldiers who fought along with Kenesary of the 19th century in 30th.
In 2006, the mausoleum was scrutinized again by the branch of the republican-state scientific and research unitary unit Kazzhoba Restoration led by G. Kamalova.