Bugan hushuu (deer stone) MongoliaJanuary 23, 2022
A deer stone, which is discovered generally in Mongolia and in some Central Asian nations, is exceptional landmark dating to the Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age. It is fixed diagonal stone, which has photos of the sun and moon at the top and enlivened with the picture of deer in the center. The lower part of the deer stone normally has blades, weapons, safeguards, mirrors and sledge engraved on it. The size of deer stones territory between 1 – 4 meters in tallness and 20 – 60 cm in thickness and 60–80 cm in width. Around 700 deer stones were found all throughout the planet and of which 550 were found in Mongolia.