Rock Paintings of Zhuozi Mountain

Lying from the mouth of the Kucaigou Gully 10 kilometers north of Wuhai City, the rock paintings are on dolomite cliffs in the south, with on the cliffs in the north.

Mao'ergou, 12 kilometers northeast of Wuhai City, is a big gully of the Zhuozi Mountain Range. The rock paintings are mainly on the cliffs in the south of it, which was the site of sacrifices for ancient nomadic tribes. The paintings have strong primitive religious characteristics.

Subaiyingou, 10 kilometers east of the Wuhai City, boasts rock paintings engraved on the 5-meter-high cliffs at the north. The painting area is of buff color, which is even clear when viewing from the bottom of the gully.

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