The Only Known Underwater Cave From The Stone Age – Cosquer Cave


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The Only Known Underwater Cave From The Stone Age - Cosquer Cave



The Cosquer Caver off the French coast, near Marseille, is the only known underwater cave from the Stone Age. And now a replica provides visitors with a glimpse into the past.

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Report: Josephine Günther
Camera: Michel Champouret
Edit: Gregor Grunenberg

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  1. The Only Known Underwater Cave From The Stone Age – Cosquer Cave 1331pm 19.6.22 you always find holes in france, it would seem. and one is left to marvel at the lost treasures the world over if a great deal of our past is under the waves – from temples to banal cave paintings. most excellent!!!…… intriguing the way they have replicated the cave decorations – with various projections allowing the artists to trace perfect delineations and colour – refer to the antiquated use of optics in classical art.. i was thinking drummond and KLF installation, for some reason.

  2. Pull up caveman!!! And geico sucks! No this is really… aww it just taps into something as a human to see others sooo far before you in a world that might was be from a novel and distant planet. It’s so crazy. Very cool.