An open-air monument and a large-scale rock art gallery, Shalobolinskaya Pisanitsa, is about 500 planes with drawings over 3 km of rock massif. It is located on the banks of the Tuba River, near the villages of Shalobolino and Ilyinka in the Kuraginsky district of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.
According to the chronological framework, the drawings cover the period from the Neolithic, VI-IV millennium BC, and to ethnographic modernity. They are made by knocking, rubbing, engraving. Petroglyphs are located at a height of 1.5 m to 150 m. Here you will see images of masked anthropomorphic figures, masks, women in childbirth, images of pdators, various animals and unseen creatures, solar symbols and signs.
Now work is underway to study the Shalobolinskaya Pisanitsa and its restoration. In the short term, it is planned to create a protected historical and cultural protected area. Currently, this monument is under state protection.