Ingalskaya Valley is on the borders of Isetsky, Zavodoukovsky, Uporovsky, and Yalutorovsky districts. The valley, with an area of 1,500 square kilometers, is a unique archeological site, the cradle of Siberian civilization. This area was found to have archeological sites from the Mesolithic to the Middle Ages, from the 5th to 7th millennium BCE to the 15th century CE. These monuments belong to the Aryan and Ugric ancient civilizations, to Andronov and Ugric cultures.
Based on the findings in these places, archeologists concluded that the tribes living in Ingalskaya Valley more than 2,000 years ago traded with ancient Egypt and Central Asia, and participated in military campaigns in te Ancient Rome, the Transcaucasus, and the Greek colonies on the Black Sea.
The Ingalskaya Valley is also known for the world-famous Siberian Collection of Peter the Great, which was largely formed from the findings of Ingalskaya Valley.
|Address:||Issetskoye village, Issetsky District, Tyumen Oblast|