The rock painting is located on a rock wall inclining slightly inwards with an overhang on the northern slope of the Kavaklıdere (Poplar Valley) at c. 540 m height (1.2). The 1.50 m high and 0.90 wide painting is subdivided into three zones, in which a total of 18 human figures of varying sizes and ornaments occur (3-5). In the upper part of the picture are a male and female couple, the woman in a loincloth decorated with a textile pattern, the legs are not indicated, the man has hands with three fingers splayed out (4.5). In the middle picture zone there are seven figures, including two male and female couples, the large man in the middle once again with three fingers splayed out (3.5). In the lower picture zone nine figures, including two male and female couples (3.5), two women – both without any indication of legs – with decorated loincloths.
1) View into the Kavaklıdere (Poplar Valley) from the Northwest.