Located in Ulaankhus soum, Bayan-Ulgii province, Tsagaan Salaa is famous for its rock paintings. The rock paintings are discovered in 1979 by an archeologist named Tseveendorj and was further examined by the team members of Russian-American project called “Altai”. Painted on the walls of southern part of Oigor Mountain, these paintings belong to the Neolithic to the Bronze Age and scattered across 15km long rock walls. This borderline gallery of petroglyphs primarily depicts hunting and herding of animals.
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