The Serra da Capivara National Park preserves the largest ensemble of archaeological sites and the oldest examples of rock art in the Americas.
Named for the hundreds of colourful handprints stencilled on the rock walls, Cueva de las Manos or Cave of Hands is located in southern Argentina.
The Chauvet Cave, in Southern France, houses some of the best-preserved prehistoric figurative cave paintings in the world.
Grotta dei Cervi or the Deer Cave is a natural cave at the Salento coast, near the town of Porto Badisco in Italy.
Famous for its prehistoric cultural finds, the Magura Cave is located around 17 km from Belogradchik in northeast Bulgaria.
Lascaux Cave, a Palaeolithic cave situated in southwestern France, near the village of Montignac, houses some of the most famous examples of prehistoric cav ...
The Altamira Cave in Spain, famous for its magnificent prehistoric paintings and engravings, was discovered in 1868 by a local hunter, Modesto Cubillas.
The cave painting is probably connected to the development of language and also the first aesthetic form of art created by the ancient people.