This is the world’s largest concentration of rock carvings and the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Namibia. It is the stone wall carvings and murals left by the Bushmen in the Stone Age, depicting the history of Namibia and its far-reaching footprints. It has been more than 6000 years ago. So far, decadent Fontaine has discovered more than 2,000 rock carvings and murals. It takes a long period of bumpy sand and stone road to get here. Although the road conditions are difficult and dangerous, the decadent scenery is really attractive. The rich reddish brown under the blue sky is more beautiful than the master's palette. The ruins are full. It is the taste of geology. The decadence here probably refers to the desolation. It is lonely like Silent Hill. The name is really full of charm. It has cultural charm without losing the sense of vicissitudes. Although it is desolate and abrupt, the murals really make people Fascinated, time-honored but alive, I seem to hear the distant, tinkling sounds coming from the valley in a trance.
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Decadent Fontaine is a relic of ancient frescoes. On the red sandstone, there are rock paintings with a history of more than 3,000 years. Most of them depict scenes of ancient ancestors hunting or holding ceremonial sacrifices at a glance. Kind of traveling back to the feeling of more than 3,000 years ago.
Decadent Fontaine is a primitive relic in Namibia. The murals of primitive people thousands of years ago are on the red squarish rocks. There are many animal portraits and patterns of life dances. The simple lines are full of primitive beauty. Thousands of years ago, there was blood relationship here, so many tribes would live here, but as the water source dried up, these people also moved away.
Decadent Fontaine is a very mysterious place. The traces of petroglyphs from two to three thousand years ago on the red sandstone are clearly visible. This kind of rock art originated in the dry season at that time. The lack of water and food allowed the ancient people to gather near the spring to perform certain religious rituals to pray for rain, hunting success or the disappearance of illness, etc., so it stayed here. These murals.
There are prehistoric rock paintings all over the world, and each has its own characteristics. I think it’s worth visiting everywhere. This place is a national treasure of Namibia. The entire scenic spot is not big, but it is quite interesting. It is all rubble. Sometimes you have to jump from one big rock to another