Petroglyphs are considered as one of the most widespread cultural heritage of the world, and Mongolia is one of the countries that are rich in it. The Petroglyphic complex at Del mountain is one of the three petroglyphic complexes are outstanding representatives of the petroglyphs in the Mongolian Gobi.
Petroglyphic complex of Del mountain
The mountain Del, stretches 25 km from east to west and is located in the territory of Ulziit soum, Dundgobi province. From its lower base to the peak the eastern face of the mountain is covered with petroglyphs of various types of animals, human beings, and symbols engraved in different historical time periods. Animal images such as ibexes, horses, riders, camel, and anthropomorphic images are the most common.