Terekty Auliye is the archaeological monument in the Central Kazakhstan which saved ancient rock painting. Terekty’s shrine locates in 85 km from the city of Zhezkazgan and in 20 km from Terekty’s station.
Petroglyphs in Kulzhabasy Mountains are situated on the tops and slopes of not high stone hill. The ancient pictures on rocks situated in 120 - 130 km from the Sanctuary Tamgaly, the most famous concentration of petroglyphs in Central Asian, in 200 km to the west from Almaty.
The natural boundary Koybagar is in a foothill part of Northern Karatau at the height about 700 meters above sea level, near an entrance to the picturesque gorge Karakuys, snow slightly dense thickets of a crab, a dried apricots, Boyarka and dwarfish cherry.
Altyn-Emel State National Nature Park is sprawled in the heart of Central Asia, in the valley of the Ili River, about 150 kilometers away from Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city.
Saryarka - Steppe and Lakes of Northern Kazakhstan comprises two protected areas: Naurzum State Nature Reserve and Korgalzhyn State Nature Reserve totalling 450,344 ha.
Set around the lush Tamgaly Gorge, amidst the vast, arid Chu-Ili mountains, is a remarkable concentration of some 5,000 petroglyphs (rock carvings) dating from the second half of the second millennium BC to the beginning of the 20th century.
The Petroglyphs of Arpa-Uzen can be found in the Karatau mountain range of southern Kazakhstan.
The Petroglyphs of Eshkiolmes are located throughout the Eshkiolmes mountain range in the Almaty region of Kazakhstan. The area is being considered for inscription on the World Heritage list of sites who have "outstanding universal value" to the world.
The relics of the Tasmola culture belong to the Saka period (VII-III BC) and most of them are located in the same area of the precedent Begazy-Dandybai culture, in picturesque valleys surrounded by mountains, in Central Kazakhstan.