UNESCO World Heritage site with impressive collection of rock art
Tanzania Kondoa Irangi (Kolo)Rock Paintings
Early morning you will pick up by your guide from Airport/Hotel then drive to Kondoa and soon after arrival the guide will take you to older paintings for learning and enjoying with your professional experienced guide(s).
The Kondoa Irangi Rock Paintings are a series of ancient paintings on rock shelter walls in Kondoa region, central Tanzania. Was declared by UNESCO World Heritage site in 2006 because of its impressive collection of rock art
Older painting are generally red and associated with hunter-gatherers, but they are often superimposed by the more recent ‘late white’ paintings of agro-pastoralists. These rock shelters are where the paintings are found.
The paintings are located in Kondoa District of Dodoma Region. The site contains transitional assemblages from the Middle to Later Stone Age. The rock shelter has preserved diverse paintings, beads, lithics, pottery, and other artifacts. It is studied for its insight into the major social transitions that were taking place during the late Pleistocene and Holocene eras.
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