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The Mwela Rock Paintings are a national monument of Zambia , about 4. The paintings are associated with the Later Stone Age. Archaeologists rate the Kasama rock art as one of the largest and most significant collections of ancient art in Southern Africa, though their quality is outdone in Zimbabwe and Namibia. The works are attributed to Stone Age hunter-gatherers sometimes known as Batwa or Twa and are up to years old.
Many are abstract designs, but some of the finest pictographs show human figures and animals, often capturing a remarkable sense of fluidity and movement, despite being stylised with huge bodies and minute limbs. The site was declared a National Monument in , although it got recognition as early as As of it was reported to attract an average of local and international tourists per month. The topography of the site is generally fairly undulating and deeper soils are more frequent, where as the central part is generally flat.
The outcrops form part of the boundary of the extension of the main plateau areas. The site is also incised by abundant streams and extends over Km2. More than paintings have been recorded in the rock outcrops, making Mwela Rock Paintings National Monument as one of the densest concentrations of rock art sites anywhere in Africa.
Part of the area is further protected under the Forestry Act as it falls within the Kasama Forestry Reserve area under the traditional leadership of Senior Chief Mwamba of the Bemba people of northern Zambia. Kasama Town falls within the extensions of the main plateau with elevation ranging from to m. It consists of highlands surrounding the Lake basin area, stretching from Kasama through Mbala, Mporokoso and Kawambwa to Mansa. This plateau region forms part of the Continental divide up warped plateau and represents the remnants of the once extensive Miocene peneplain surface.