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Shahbaz Garhi is situated on the junction of three ancient routes;
The translation of the text is written on a board nearby the rocks. The sight is a famous tourist spot for people who are interested in history.
Some people speculate that the stone engravings were done by the ancient Jews, to say something important, or to give a warning.
- Map of Gandhara archeological sites, from the Huntington Collection, Ohio State University (large file)
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