Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Virtual Reality Tour of Ancient Lascaux Caves Art

This virtual tour site takes you on a journey through the Lascaux Caves of Southern France, to see ancient art, which is beleived to be at least 15,000 years old. Simply amazing!

The Story of the caves:


  1. Thanks for posting this Win, amazing how complex even these primatives were in thinking design through.

  2. HI WIN,
    I very like reading about history; thank you for putting this post on your blog!It's very interesting input. It's unbeleiving that the ancient people found out and used the permanant colours in their painting even very very long times ago; I really admire in the intellect of those ancient people!!!!!

  3. Nice information. Angkor temples is a majoor tourist attraction. There are many temple in Cambodia country like Sulamani Temple, Gawdawpalin Temple. You can enjoy exotic view of the city by traveling in the hot air balloon. Best time to visit is a October to April. For more details refer caves of lascaux tourist guide


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