The ensemble Sulton Saodat is one of the most spiritual places of the region of Surkhandarya, south of Uzbekistan. The ensemble contains several spiritual monuments which have been built during different periods from 12th to 17th centuries.
In the complex, first two mausoleums have been built in the 11th or 17th century. The ensemble of Sultan-Saodat occupies an area of about 4 hectares. The very first tomb, on the northern part of the complex, dates back the 11th century. It contains the tomb of the founder of the clan of Seyyids of Termez. Seyyids are considerd to be the direct descendants of the prophet Muhammad. This fact increases the value of the site and helps it be among the main tourist destinations in Termez.
After the arrival of the Russian occupants people stopped paying visits to such places and especially after the Bolshevik revolution it was closed to visitors. Due to that in the end of 19th and beginning of 20th centuries the monuments and their decorations started being gradually destroyed. Only in 2005 the complex was restored by the Government of Uzbekistan and opened for everyone coming to visit the main sights of Termez.