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Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes, Almaty region.

A trip from the city of Almaty to the petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes.

Ancient art on the rocks of the Almaty region.

Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes include a whole complex of different objects, the most important are petroglyphs (rock paintings), followed by ancient settlements and sacrificial altars. Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes date back to the Bronze Age, more precisely, to the 2nd millennium BC and until the beginning of the 20th century. The complex was discovered in 1982 and studied by such archaeologists as A.N. Maryashev, A.A. Goryachev, etc.

Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes - how to get there.

Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes are located in the Almaty region in Kazakhstan. From the city of Taldy-Kurgan to the petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes, the distance is 14 km, from the village of Aldabergenova 6 km, the petroglyphs are located on the right bank of the Koksu River. Petroglyphs are located along the river for 20 kilometers.

Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes - information for tourists.

The petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes are located in the mountains, which are also called the Eshkiolmes mountains. The nature in these mountains is very beautiful and unusual, it is best to travel here in spring and early summer, when the region blooms and is filled with colors. The petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes are represented by such petroglyphs as battle scenes, there are images of warriors on chariots, images of warriors with spears, bows, etc. Also here you will see images of fantastic characters such as sun-headed creatures, and giants. Eshkiolmes petroglyphs are very popular, petroglyphs are of high aesthetic value and historical significance. The petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes are located in a mountainous area, so staying here requires you to be careful not to visit places without a guide and follow the safety rules of being in a mountainous area.

Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes.


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