The interesting complex of monuments of the Bronze Age jn the left river bank of Chilik River, in 7 km to the southwest from Saty village and in 1,5 km from the Kulsay River in the Plateau was found by archeologists.
Archeologists surveyed unclear altars and the solar signs which have been laid out from stones, and is lower in big fencings burials of the Bronze Age were investigated on the slope of the mountain. The Kulsay archaeological complex significantly differs from known in Zhetysu region burials of the Andronovo culture. In the fencings constructed from big stone plates, at a depth about 2 m, on wooden blocks were arranged the burials relating to the period of the Late Bronze. Altars of the Late Medieval Time were found on the edge of three fencings of the Bronze Age. The vessel with sacrificial gifts was located in every altar. Possibly, it was vessels with food. It is surprising that in the Middle Ages, later two and a half thousand years from time of creation of burials, people made here these gifts. The solar signs were laid out higher on a slope, over big fencings of from stones the Bronze Age. Over time the considerable part of stones was washed away, but, at least, in two cases the signs of a swastika constructed in the II millennia BC were still guessed.
Monuments of Kulsay type meet in Zhetysu mountain zone – down the Chilik River, round modern village of Uzunbulak, in valleys of Asi and Turgen Rivers.