About Grotte de Font de Gaume
Grotte de Font de Gaume in Les Eyzies, France is a cave containing a series of prehistoric paintings dating back to the Stone Age.
From horses to reindeer and bison, the paintings at Grotte de Font de Gaume are truly fascinating and this is one of the few prehistoric cave sites still open to the public.
Note that some ‘paintings’ are eighteenth century rather than prehistoric, owing to previous visitors.
Grotte de Font de Gaume is part of a UNESCO World Heritage site protecting the Vezere Valley and its many prehistoric caves.
Musee National de Prehistoire is a national prehistoric museum in southwest France.
Grotte des Combarelles is a cave in southwest France with prehistoric paintings.
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