Rock Art of Jsukaevnda and Cerro Corá
Rock Art of Jsukaevnda and Cerro Corá is part of the Tentative list of Paraguay in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The Rock Art of Jsukaevnda and Cerro Corá comprises groups of petroglyphs in the so-called "footprints style". The carvings are wide and deep. They represent zoomorphic and anthropomorphic figures. They date back to ca. 3500-1800 BC, and are sacred to the living Paĩ Tavyterã people.
Map of Rock Art of Jsukaevnda and Cerro CoráLoad map
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2022 Added to Tentative List
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