Porvenir Oil Fields: Murals, Documents, and Relics | Secrets in SotTR

In Shadow of the Tomb Raider, you can discover several murals that enhance your language skills, allowing Lara to read new information and monoliths. In the Porvenir Oil Fields, there is only one mural to be found.

Furthermore, in this location, you can find four documents and one relic. We have marked all the secrets on the map to make it easier for you to locate them.

  • Murals
  • Relics
  • Documents

Murals

The mural “MAMA ZARA – (1)” is located in the eastern part of the location and is marked on the above screenshot.

To reach the mural, you need to avoid the traps on the way. It is waiting for you by a stone wall.

Relic


The hardhat “Hardhat (1)” is to the right of the Destroyed Bridge camp, where you start in this location.

Documents


The document “A Lost World (1)” can be found near the Destroyed Bridge camp.

The document “The Truth (2)” can be found after a cutscene with Jonah. Lara will direct him to a radio channel. If you don’t continue with Jonah’s mission, it won’t be completed.

The document “Not Yet?(3)” can be found near “The Beach” camp (check the screenshot).

The diary “Journal of T. Serrano 9 (4)” can be found after the fight against your opponents, when Lara separates from Jonah, you’ll find your way to the next diary.

FAQ

What are the Porvenir Oil Fields?

The Porvenir Oil Fields are located in the northern part of Peru, near the border with Ecuador. They were discovered in the early 1900s and are considered to be one of the largest oil fields in the country. The Porvenir Oil Fields have been the site of many archaeological discoveries, including murals, documents and relicts that date back to pre-Columbian times.

What kind of murals have been found in the Porvenir Oil Fields?

Archaeologists have discovered a number of murals in the Porvenir Oil Fields that date back to pre-Columbian times. These murals depict scenes from daily life, including hunting, fishing and farming. Some murals also depict religious ceremonies and rituals. The murals are considered to be an important part of Peru’s cultural heritage and have been preserved and protected by the government.

What kind of documents and relicts have been discovered in the Porvenir Oil Fields?

Archaeologists have discovered a number of documents and relicts in the Porvenir Oil Fields that provide insight into the history of the area. These include pottery, jewelry, tools and weapons, as well as documents written in ancient languages. The documents provide information about the daily life and customs of the people who lived in the area, as well as their religious beliefs and practices. The relicts are considered to be an important part of Peru’s cultural heritage and are preserved and protected by the government.

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