The Ala-Too Square is one of the main attractions of the country and a favorite place for all city dwellers. Construction of the entire complex was completed in the 1970's. This spacious area is a venue for celebrations, festivals, and rallies. Each and every of the monuments erected in memory of the Kyrgyz people’s heroes (Manas Magnanimous, the great writer Chyngyz Aitmatov, wise and brave Kurmandjan Datka and the heroes who fell in Aksy, and April events) decorate the square. A 45-meter flagpole flaunts in the heart of the square. The Government House, State Historical Museum, Oak Park, Monument of Friendship of Peoples, Open Air Sculptures Museum, and many other cultural and recreational facilities are located on the perimeter of the square.