The World List of Tangibles of Tourist Attraction

Translated to the "Place of Embroidered Stones," the Saimaluu-Tash petroglyphs are located in a narrow canyon on the slopes of the Fergansky Mountains, overlooking the Fergana Valley. The fantastically-carved and painted designs on the basaltic rocks are the largest collection of mysterious artwork in Central Asia, and there are about 90,000 different designs, with the oldest dating back to the early Bronze Age. The images represent both humans and animals, as well as hunting and village scenes, religious rituals, demons, gods, the domestication of wild animals, and migration scenes.
Petroglyphs of Saimaluu-Tash Petroglyphs of Saimaluu-Tash

Location: near Kugart Pass, Kyrgyzstan

The year of entering to the World List of Tourist Attractions:   2018

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