Akuili-Koushuk near Mary
2 km from the ancient settlement of Durnali are the rulings of a medieval keshk Akuili-Koushuk. It is а one of a few well-preserved castles of that period. The premises on the ground floor are almost all intact; the second floor is half destroyed.
Keshk is of a rectangular form and made of mud bricks. The external walls of the second floor are corrugated. In the center of the keshk is a square hall too levels high. On the center from the hall on the left and on the right there are five rooms, both on the first and on the second floors.