Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings

Cave paintings done on cave walls and ceilings date back to 32,000 years known as prehistoric age. Though very conventional, they look fascinating even today raising your eyebrow. We recall a few of them to know their eternity.

Lascaux Cave paintings of southern France featuring deers, oxen and bisons was open  between 1940 and 1955 and then closed for the public prompted by preservation policies, Altamira Cave Paintings of northern Spain which were lauded by no less a person than Picasso, Chauvet paintings of southern France featuring animals, Magura cave paintings of the northwest Bulgaria showing humans and animals, underwater Cosquer caves of France, and Font de Gaume Cave Paintings of Dordogne Valley depicting bisons and horses, are but a few prehistoric, famous and timeless paintings.  



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