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    World Heritage, a certification granted by UNESCO.


Some thirty prehistoric engravings and paintings

Designated World Heritage in 2008

Located in a narrow valley on the banks of the Cares River. It runs for 700 metres and has one of the region's most abundant arrays of prehistoric art. There are engravings and paintings of deer, reindeer horns, goats, snakes and a bison. It is also known as 'La Concha de la Cueva'.

  • Construction: Prehistoric cave
  • Artistic period: Prehistory

Practical information


Closed to the public. In the Prehistory Park in Teverga there is a reproduction of the cave that can be visited.  


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