What country in Europe were the cave paintings found?

Spain

What country has the most cave paintings?

SW France

Are there any cave paintings in the UK?

Archaeologists have discovered the earliest known example of prehistoric cave art in Britain. It consists of 12,000-year-old engravings of birds and an ibex carved into the stone walls at Creswell Crags, Derbyshire. ... There are fine examples of cave art in France and Spain but none has been found in the UK - until now.

Why did the Stone Age do cave paintings?

The most common explanations are given below: It could be a form of hunting magic, which is meant to increase the number of animals. Another explanation is closely related, and was found by examining hunter-gatherer societies: These paintings were made by shamans.

Where are the most famous cave paintings?

Lascaux

Can you visit cave paintings?

Named after the stenciled hand images created by indigenous people, Cueva de las Manos (Cave of the Hands) is the site for arguably the most famous prehistoric cave paintings in South America. ... Cuevas de las Manos is open daily to the public and can be reached via car or a local tour operator.

Who found Altamira Cave?

Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola

In which country is the Lascaux cave?

France

What are the oldest paintings?

In fact, one painting — a red disk painted on the wall of the El Castillo Cave in Spain — was estimated to be 40,800 years old and regarded as the oldest painting ever.

How do you pronounce bison?

Bison is a French word pronounced “Bee-zohn,” and our pronunciation may have its roots there, going back generations to the area's early fur traders and explorers.

How do you pronounce Dordogne River?

The word for the English language is "anglais" - - and the pronunciation is somewhere between "awh-GLAY" (or ahn-GLAY) and awh-GLEH (or ahn-GLEH).