It is the largest (about 30) man-made stone complex found not only in Mongolia but also in Central Asia. This complex belongs to the period of the Turkic Empire, which established its state in Mongolia, in the 6th-8th centuries.
There are also stone figures of lions and argali sheep. There are 552 balbal stones southeast of the complex. The administration of the Hustai National Park has signed a contract with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science to protect the Ungut complex since 2001. The Institute of Archeology excavated the complex in 1976 and 1978 and left it unrehabilitated.