UNESCO Considers German Cave Art For World Cultural Heritage Status

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UNESCO Considers German Cave Art For World Cultural Heritage Status


UNESCO’s World Heritage List is holding its 41st. session in Krakov, Poland, and among the new Cultural sites being considered is a fascinating cave complex in the Swabian Jura in Germany.

There are six caves in all in two different valleys, the Lone Valley and the Ach Valley, and they are important because they hold the most abundant, richest and oldest record of early art works, along with musical instruments and a whole range of other innovations that are part of the cultural development of…
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    July 3, 2017 at 1:14 pm

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