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Ancient settlement Ayakkamyr.

Tours on the ancient monuments of Ulytau.

“People usually feel funny, smile and laugh when I tell them 
about my strong belief in the very existence of prehistoric 
advanced technology and great civilizations of wilier races. 
I just can't wait to see their faces at time the truth is revealed” 

Toba Beta.

Historical Monuments of Ulytau.

The Ayakkamyr settlement is located on the left (northern) side of the Zhezda River, on the east side of the Karabulak tract, 542 meters from the mouth of the Karabulak stream, 7.1 kilometers northwest of the Zhezdy village, 337 meters north-east of the Ayakkamyr mausoleum m, 64.3 kilometers north-west of the city of Zhezkazgan in the Ulytau district of the Karaganda region.
The hillfort is a highly pollinated square mound with sides of 60 x 60 meters. Up to 1 meter high and oriented by corners on the cardinal points. There is a moat on three sides of the fortification; on the fourth south-western side, the remains of structures adjoin the fortification in the form of heavily swollen elongated hillocks and fragmentary preserved stone walls.
The eastern corner of the settlement was destroyed by earthworks and can be traced along the moat. At the corners of the settlement there are towers up to 1.1 meters high. The towers protrude outward, north at 10 meters, south at 13 meters, west at 11 meters.
Geographic coordinates of the Ayakkamyr ancient settlement: N48 ° 06'53.88 "E66 ° 59'38.09"

"Archaeological map of Kazakhstan." Alma-Ata, 1960. No. 937, table III, 16.21. Akishev K.A. "Antiquities of Northern Kazakhstan." "Monuments of archeology of Western Sarah Arches." "Medieval hillforts and settlements." Zhezkazgan, 1996.111 s. www.