The cliff carvings at Moya is located at the Mirror Bay, Gaolan, west of Zhuhai.It is relic dating back to Bronze Age and has a history of 3,000 years.
The carvings were discovered by the archeologists of Zhuhai Museum in 1989. They are distributed in four locations with six pictures in total. Three of them are not apparent. And the other three carved in the cave are well preserved. The most magnificent one is 5 meters long and 3 meters high.
The carvings is filled with different patterns such birds, animals, fishes, water and clouds etc. What's more, it is about the drawings of figures, men and women in different posture. Some are lying, some are standing, some are running and others are dancing. They look so vivid and mysterious. The carvings depict life, customs, activities and totemism of primitive tribes. They have precious history and tourist values. The carvings were listed as Cultural Relics Site under city-level protection in 1989.
Location：Mirror Bay, Gaolan Island, west of Zhuhai
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