Kuyun monument and its geological and geographical features.

Kuyun monument is located on the border of Pskent and Аhangaron districts of Tashkent region. Next to it is the Almalik - Telau road, and on the west side is the Ziyarat Parpiat route. The name Kuyun comes from the name of a nearby village.

The climate of Kuyun is moderate. Most precipitation falls in March, April and December (168 mm). The annual amount of precipitation in Kuyun is 376 mm. Average annual temperature (+20 ° C). The hottest month of the year is July, the average temperature is (+35℃). January is usually the coldest month, with an average temperature of 5℃. The weather conditions are very favorable for living and agriculture.

In 2018 researchers of the National Center of Archeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan started the first archaeological research on Quyun and are still ongoing. During the archaeological work, materials related to the culture of Burgulyuk and Andronovo were found.

In addition, a fragment of a stone bowl was found in Kuyun. It is well known that the main function of the pestle is considered to be crushing, grinding something (for example, seeds, grain, etc.). Overview:

The main material for making a stone pestle in Kuyun is quartz. The table shows the latest results (2022) of the geological survey of the stone pestle (section).

                                                                                   View under the microscope (section):