The petroglyphs of the caves in Kyurin, Sebastia, Western Armenia, are awaiting discovery. The village of Maghara, 49 km from the province of Kyurin, attracts attention with its petroglyphs.

It is believed that Christians who fled the oppression of Roman rule in the early years of Christianity took refuge in these caves, and the 1700-year-old petroglyphs in the cave shed light on the history of religions. 

After 1992, this place was declared a protected area.