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Kyrgyzstan home to petroglyphs, considered oldest artwork on earth

Rock carvings depict hunting culture, animal fighting, symbolic lines Nazir Aliyev Tayfur: Kyrgyzstan is home to hundreds of petroglyphs, rock carvings of different shapes and sizes that are considered to be the oldest work of art on earth. There are hundreds of rocks with pictures ranging from 30 cm (11.8 inches) to 3 meters (9 feet 8 inches) in size at the open-air Cholpon-Ata .....
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     History & Culture
Kyrgyzstan home to petroglyphs, considered oldest artwork on earth
SOCIO-ECONOMIC INITIATIVES & UPLIFT
Kashmir crisis a threat to South Asia: Speakers
Tracing Kashmir`s lost era of golden architecture
A brief history of the Israeli occupation of Palestine
16 teenagers detained from Hatirjheel
23rd June, the Historical Palashi Day
Chhayanaut observes Vidyasagar bicentennial
Ekushe Book Fair not to held this year: Virtual Book Fair still under consideration
Pakistan, Bangladesh hold talks in possible thaw

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