Rock art is found widely across Greater Altai. Bronze and Iron Age petroglyphs depict animals, people, and culture. The sites are fragile and in need of protection.
Description of the Altai Argali wild sheep species, its conservation value, threats, and protection efforts.
Description of the practice of dyalama – tying ribbons as a spiritual practice in Greater Altai
Altaian, divided into North Altaian and South Altaian is a closely-related group of Turkic languages. This article focuses on the language as spoken in Russia’s Altai Republic.
This 15-minute English-language video was prepared by our partners at the Foundation for the Protection of Natural and Cultural Heritage. The video shows the importance of the natural and cultural heritage of this proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site in western Mongolia.
Read about our recent initiative to protect the cultural and natural heritage of Greater Altai