Gobustan is an open-air museum littered with Neolithic rock drawings. Just 65km south of Baku, GOBUSTAN has some 4000 inscriptions that go back 12, 000 years (with some 2000 year old Latin graffiti to boot). Stone Age folks sporting loin cloths pose hunt and boogie down. Their dances are thought to have been accompanied by the melodious strains of the Gaval-Dashy (Tambourine Stone) - a rock that has a deep, resonating tone when struck. . . .