The second city, Sirkap, was constructed on a hilly land between two rivers.
It was an orderly grid city surrounded with walls made of ashlar.
A broad main street runs in the center of the city from north to south.

The city of Sircap was designed in the orderly Greek style.
When entering through the northern city gate (left side on the drawing),
one finds the central main street, along which there are the great Apsidal
Temple and small stupa-shrines (marked in red).
The one on the left is the Double-Headed Eagle Shrine.