Acquaintance with nomad’s life. This day at first we will see the Tash-Tuulga stones. Stone circles on the southern shores of Lake Son-Kul. "Tash Tulga" or "Tulga-Tash" means hearth built of stones (support for large cauldrons). In the archaeological literature they are called "eight stone memorial
fences." These eight stone monuments date back to the I century BC, and have analogues in the Altai, Tuva and Western Mongolia. In the Central Tien Shan, they are rare and "not in all the Saka era cemeteries," this means that the custom of building memorials from eight stones was not characteristic of the entire population of the Tien Shan Sakas. Each altar is eight lined stones arranged in a circle, with an average diameter of 1-1.3 m. Nine such eight-stone monuments lined up in a line facing north and south by 200 m. Thus, Tash-Tulga has a planning structure with numerical symbolism, many researchers from ancient times think that it served as a ceremonial center and a gathering place for the nomads.After that we will drive a little to the west and go up the hill to see the old stones (ancient calendar), petrography. Back to the camp, dinner and free time at leisure.