Full-scale reproductions of frescos found at the cave of Pont-D’Arc, also known as the Chauvet cave, on display April 10, 2015, in Vallon Pont D’Arc, France. The Chauvet cave paintings are the world’s oldest-known cave paintings, with handprints and depictions of horses and other animals dated to around 30,000-32,000 years ago. (
Full-scale reproductions of frescos found at the cave of Pont-D’Arc, also known as the Chauvet cave, on display April 10, 2015, in Vallon Pont D’Arc, France. The Chauvet cave paintings are the world’s oldest-known cave paintings, with handprints and depictions of horses and other animals dated to around 30,000-32,000 years ago. ( Thierry Orban TNS
Full-scale reproductions of frescos found at the cave of Pont-D’Arc, also known as the Chauvet cave, on display April 10, 2015, in Vallon Pont D’Arc, France. The Chauvet cave paintings are the world’s oldest-known cave paintings, with handprints and depictions of horses and other animals dated to around 30,000-32,000 years ago. ( Thierry Orban TNS

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