Barrows with stone ranges of the Tasmola culture
Barrows with stone ranges of the Tasmola culture is part of the Tentative list of Kazakhstan in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
Barrows with stone ranges of the Tasmola culture is a mixed nomination with cultural aspect centered on kurgan (tumuli) complexes with a unique and characteristic pattern of one up to four stone barrows accompanied by menhirs and curved stones ranges going east from the barrow. It dates from the Tasmola culture, which were tribes of pastoralists in the steppe of central Kazakhstan, from 7th to 3rd century BC (an era called Saka epoque). There are about 300 barrows, most of them in a broad area under consideration. The natural aspect is picturesque valleys surrounded by mountains.
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