It is an ancient archaeological site in Naryn region, located on the southeastern coast of Son-Kul Lake. Tash-Tulga complex consists of stone ritualhearths built in nine circles.
All of them are lined up from south to north. The size of the sacrificialstones reaches one and a half meters in diameter. A large stone pillar standsat the head of the line, and there are many burial mounds around the hearths.
The stone altars of Tash-Tulga look very mysteriously and interesting,because there are no stones nearby at all.
The age of these stone structuresdates back to the 1st century BC.
Local residents claim that there is aspecial energy at the location of Tash-Tulga hearths. It can be felt standingnear the stones.