The place where the rock painting was found lies in a side valley of the Kavaklıdere at a height of approx. 570 m, just a few metres away from a brook (1). It consists of a block of rock resting on two rocks with access from the south (2). The northern opening is for the most part obstructed by rocks (3) so that a chamber-like, readily accessible room is created. A rock bench extends along the foot of the left inside wall (2).
This ‘chamber’ is especially rich in paintings. A total of 14 individual pictures can be distinguished. Most of them are on the ‘chamber’ roof. The niche-like weathered recesses are painted with various motifs and can be regarded as separate picture fields (4-12). Some of them are decorated with human figures and ornaments (18.104.22.168.12), in part also with hands (5.7.10), others just with ornaments or ornaments and hands (4-6). Particularly attractive is the motif of two adjoining niches at the southern edge of the roof which probably belong together with regard to content and depict scenes of family life (11.12): the left one shows a male and female couple as the main motif, the right one a small woman and a large woman facing each other, perhaps to be understood as mother and daughter.
1) Area surrounding the ‘rock chamber’ (see arrow).