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09 March 2014 | 11:03
Hundreds of paintings found out in a cave from Bulgaria
Over 700 wall paintings were discovered in a cave from North-West of Bulgaria. The cave Magura is one of the largest from this country and has a 2.5 km length.
The walls of the cave are decorated with prehistoric paintings, dating back 4000 and 8000 years.

In one of the rooms, closed for the public, there were discovered 700 paintings. Cult scenes are depicted, dancing women and men figures, hunting men, people with masques, various animals, “chess-like” panels, suns, stars, tools, plants.

With its approximately 700 paintings, the Magura cave is unique for South Eastern Europe. These paintings are the only preserved pieces of art of the people inhabiting these lands 3 thousand years ago. A solar calendar from the late Neolithic found there is the earliest solar calendar discovered in Europe.

The researchers consider that Magura cave hides many secrets which can completely change our perception about past, history and life. 
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