Karstic caves in prehistoric Apulia
Karstic caves in prehistoric Apulia is part of the Tentative list of Italy in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The Karstic Caves in Prehistoric Apulia are three caves that are important from an archaeological viewpoint. Both Grotta Romanelli (Castro) and Grotta delle Veneri at Parabita were inhabited during the Palaeolithic Age. In Grotta Romanelli bone tools and limestone stones with naturalistic engravings or geometric shapes have been found, while two small-sized female figurines carved in bone from the Upper Paleolithic have been found in the Grotta della Veneri. The Grotta dei Cervi contains the largest as well as the most important set of paintings from the European Neolithic period.
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The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.
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2006 Added to Tentative List
The site has 3 locations