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Font-de-Gaume
Font-de-Gaume is a cave near Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil in the Dordogne départment of south-west France. The cave contains prehistoric polychrome cave paintings and engravings dating to the Magdalen...
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Grotte de Cussac
The Grotte de Cussac is a cave containing over 150 Paleolithic artworks as well as several human remains. It is located in the Dordogne River valley in Le Buisson-de-Cadouin, Dordogne, Aquitaine, Fran...
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Vercors Cave System
The Vercors caves are a set of long, narrow caves situated in the Alps, in South-Eastern France. The caves are known for having the largest cave entrance in Europe.
The caves are located in the li...
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Aven d'Orgnac
Aven d'Orgnac is a cave located near Orgnac-l'Aven, in the Ardèche département.Discovered in 1935 by Robert de Joly and open to the public since 1939, it is one of the most visited places in that area...
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Fontéchevade
Fontéchevade is a cave in Charente, France which contains Palaeolithic remains.
Cosquer Cave
The Cosquer cave is located in the Calanque de Morgiou in Marseille, France, not very far from Cap Morgiou. The entrance to the cave is located 37 m (121 ft) underwater, due to the rise ...
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Gouffre Jean-Bernard
Gouffre Jean-Bernard or Réseau Jean Bernard, sometimes known simply as Jean Bernard, is one of the deepest known caves in the world. It is found in the Alps, in Samoëns, France. The first entrance to ...
Trois Frères
The Cave of the Trois-Frères is a cave in southwestern France famous for its cave paintings. It is located in Montesquieu-Avantès, in the Ariège département.One of these, called "The Sorcerer" is as f...
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Saint-Leu-d'Esserent
Saint-Leu-d'Esserent is a commune in the Oise department in northern France.Saint Leu is notable for 3,000 square metres (32,000 sq ft) of mushroom caves under the Thiverny plateau.
Duri...
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Cave of Reveillon
The Cave of Reveillon (French: Gouffre de Réveillon) is a French cave located near Alvignac.
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La Marche (cave)
La Marche is a cave and archaeological site located in Lussac-les-Châteaux, a commune in the department of Vienne, western France. It is an archaeological site that has engendered much debate that has...
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Raymonden
Raymonden is a prehistoric cave near Chancelade in the French département Dordogne. The cave was inhabited during the Upper Paleolithic and contained, besides lots of artefacts, a human skeleton.
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Rouffignac Cave
The Rouffignac cave, situated within the French commune of Rouffignac-Saint-Cernin-de-Reilhac in the Dordogne département, contains over 250 engravings and cave paintings dating back to the Upper Pale...
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La Mansonnière cave
La Mansonnière cave is a chalk cave in northern France. It was discovered in 1977.
La Mansonnière cave was discovered by the Speleo Club du Rond Point de L'Aigle (SCRPLA) in 1977. The discovery wa...
Les Combarelles
Les Combarelles is a cave in Les Eyzies de Tayac, Dordogne, France, which was inhabited by Cro-Magnon people approximately 13–11,000 years ago. Holding more than 600 pre-historic engravings of animal...
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French Federation of Speleology
The French Federation of Speleology (FFS), or Fédération Française de Spéléologie, is a French organisation that represents cavers and promotes the study and conservation of caves.It was formed in 196...
Padirac Cave
01°45′0.50″E / 44.8580500°N 1.7501389°E / 44.8580500; 1.7501389The Padirac Chasm or Gouffre de Padirac is a cave located near Gramat, in the Lot département, in France.
Th...
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Villars Cave
The Villars Cave, in French Grotte de Villars or Grotte du Cluzeau, was occupied during the Lower Magdalenian by Cro-Magnon hunter-gatherers. The cave is part of the French commune of Villars in the n...
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Lascaux
Lascaux (Lascaux Caves) (/læsˈkoʊ/, [lasko]) is the setting of a complex of caves in southwestern France famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings. The original caves are located near the village of M...
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Grotte des Demoiselles
The Grotte des Demoiselles is a large cave located in the Hérault valley of southern France, near Ganges, about 60 km (37 mi) west of Nîmes. Its entrance is located on the territory of the c...
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Grottes Pétrifiantes de Savonnières
Les Grottes Pétrifiantes de Savonnières, also known as the caves gouttières, are two grottoes located in Savonnières, Indre-et-Loire, France.The Romans were present in the caves, as evidenced by the d...
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