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Some great Petroglyphs

some nice walking around this pretty big park, some of the marked stones are hard to figure out... read more

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PhillKentUK
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Kent UK
Cholpon Ata actually

Nearing the end of our drive around the ‘stans last summer we were headed to Cholpon Ata and... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2018
JGDynamo
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New Brunswick, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

some nice walking around this pretty big park, some of the marked stones are hard to figure out, but most are pretty cool. Love the celestial goats :-)

Thank PhillKentUK
Reviewed 3 July 2018

Nearing the end of our drive around the ‘stans last summer we were headed to Cholpon Ata and stopped in at the Saimaluu Tash Reserve Museum. It is incorrectly labelled as being in Karakol and even the name is not the same as it is...More

1  Thank JGDynamo
Reviewed 16 June 2018

The petroglyphs museum is located not far from Cholpon-Ata town, the heart of the recreational life at the Issyk-Kul. It reflects very ancient part of the history on the region and located in very close proximity. If you like very ancient artifacts - you must...More

1  Thank ErkinbekK1
Reviewed 9 January 2018

This place is called Open Air petroglyphs Museum it is located in mountains near (upper) Cholpon-Ata town at the nothern side of Issyk-Kul lake Saimaluu-Tash is another place and located in another region of Kyrgyzstan!!!

2  Thank 107maks
Reviewed 15 November 2017

This is an open air museum featuring petroglyphs. They called it "Stone Garden". The area is huge. Instead of just checking out ones near the main gate, and leave in 15-30 minutes, I suggest that you stay longer and walk further down to the deeper...More

1  Thank Geminican
Reviewed 1 June 2017

A most interesting open air site - a whole field with hundreds of petroglips (rock-carving) mainly of ibex - not native to this region

1  Thank ziv l
Reviewed 7 December 2016

This open air museum with Saimaluu- Tash (Petroglifs) which is devoted to ancient history of Kyrgyzstan.

Thank Emilia S
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