The Tsodilo Hills are an archaeologically very interesting area, here there are numerous examples of rock art.

The area of the hills is a territory considered sacred by the San and the Hambukushu, populations living in these lands since hundreds, if not thousands, of years.

These engravings and rock paintings since 2002 have become part of the list of sites declared World Heritage by Unesco.

The site of the Tsodilo hills was defined by Laurens van der Post, South African writer and explorer, as a fortress of the Bushman culture and as the "Louvre of the desert", rich in works of art and treasures.

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