The small Eshkiolmes ridge is overlooking the picturesque on the right bank of the Koksu river. The fertile valley of the Koksu river was populated by people for more than three millennia ago. It was kept a large number of archaeological sites of the Bronze Age on a small terrace between Eshkiolmes ridge and the right bank of the river Koksu. Archaeologists have discovered and studied two populations of the Bronze Age Talapty and Kuygan, ancient tombs from different periods and a large number of petroglyphs. In the mountains of rock units, on the tops of hills and valleys there was preserved thousands of rock art from the time of settlement of the Bronze Age from the time of tribes of the region and to the late Middle Ages. Ancient drawings were found in 24 caves, their total number is over 10,000, and researchers continue to discover new clusters of ancient images. Not only the quantity is interesting, but also the rich variety of subjects and styles of image from fine engraving micro figures, not larger than 2 cm, to the rough and shallow contour knockout.