The Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape (area of 3096 hectares) south of Baku features historical people campgrounds and 6000 rock drawings located in an area of ​​537 hectares. The oldest drawings date back to the Middle Stone Age. Most come from the Bronze Age. The drawings reflect the centuries-old experience of ancient tribes, their cult/religious and aesthetic views.

There is also a stone slab with a Roman inscription which dates to the first century and a unique Gaval-dash (tambourine stone). The stone produces pronounced rhythmic motives when tapped.