About Rouffignac Caves
The Rouffignac Caves (Grotte de Rouffignac) stretch for eight kilometres near Les Eyzes, southwest France and contain a huge array of Stone Age cave paintings, primarily of mammoths.
Much of this historic site can be accessed via an electric train. The Rouffignac Caves form part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the cave paintings of the Vézère Valley.
Musee National de Prehistoire is a national prehistoric museum in southwest France.
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