The Alexandropol kurgan is located near the village of Petrikovka in Ukraine.
The Bamut burial mounds - monuments of archaeological heritage, dating back to the second millennium BCE and are located near the village of Bamut, Sernovodsky region (Chechnya).
The Oguz Kurgan is located near the Lower Sirogozy Nyzhni district of Kherson region, Ukraine. The Kurgan is the burial site of a Scythian king from the fourth century BCE.
Nechaeva Mohyla (Ukrainian: Нечаєва Могила) is a Scythian burial mound near the village of Lukiivka, Ukraine.
The Solokha Kurgan is located in the eastern part of Ukraine, some 18 km from Kamianka-Dniprovska, on the left bank of the Dnieper.
The Filippovka Kurgans are located near the village of Filippovka, Russia, on the edge of Europe and Asia.
The Apsat Statue is located in Alagirski District in North Ossetia, in Southern Russia.
The Royal Kurgan of Kerch from the 4th century BCE is one of the most impressive barrows (Kurgans) in the Crimea.
The Uastirdzhi Monument is a huge majestic monument located in the Alagir Gorge in Southern Russia, near the border of the territory of North Ossetia.
The Urakov Hillock is an archaeological site of the Mesolithic era and late Bronze Age, as well as a contemporary site dedicated to Germanic and Slavic gods.
Ancient Fire Sanctuary in the Oblast Wolgograd, Russia.
Scythian Naples was the most important settlement of the Scythians for centuries.