The Chauvet Cave or Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave is a cave located near Vallon-Pont-d'Arc, in the Ardèche département, in southern France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chauvet Cave"
Lascaux is a complex of caves in southwestern France famous for its cave paintings. The original caves are located near the village of Montignac, in the Dordogne département. They contain some of the earliest known art, dating back to somewhere between 13,000 and 15,000 BCE, or as far back as 25,000 BCE. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lascaux"
Meyrieres Cave, a cave in Bruniquel, Tarn-et-Garonne, France, which contained multi-colored ancient cave paintings at one point in time. In the early 1990s a Protestant youth group, Eclaireurs de France, whose name means "those who show the way," as part of their campaign to stamp out graffiti erased the ancient paintings from the walls of the Meyrieres Cave, earning them the 1992 Ig Nobel Prize in Archaeology. ...more on Wikipedia about "Meyrieres Cave"
Reseau Jean Bernard, sometimes known simply as Jean Bernard, is one of the deepest known caves in the world. It is found in the Alps, in Samoëns, France. The first entrance to the cave was found by the Groupe Vulcain in 1964, and higher entrances have been found occasionally since then. Currently at least eight are known, of which the highest, above Samoëns, is at 2264 m above sea level. ...more on Wikipedia about "Reseau Jean Bernard"
The Cave of the Trois-Frères is one of the famous caves in southwestern France famous for its cave paintings. It is located in Montesquieu-Avantès, in the Ariège département. ...more on Wikipedia about "Trois-Frères"
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