Rupestrian art of the Patagonia
Rupestrian art of the Patagonia is part of the Tentative list of Chile in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The Rupestrian art of the Patagonia comprises the oldest rock art of South America, consisting of paintings of hands and animals such as guanaco. They have been found in rocky shelters near Lake General Carrera. The most important site is the Pedregoso River Cave.
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1998 Added to Tentative List
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