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Interesting even if you’re not an archaeology buff, this cave played in important part in proving how long people had lived in the area. There is still a dig in process so you can see the process first hand, but there’s no artefacts on show...More
I like caves. I like caves with history. I like historical caves with lots of history and a team of archeologists tinkering away in the depths. I liked Vela Spila. :-) To be honest, it’s not a big cave system, more a single large space,...More
To reach this archaeological site, follow the painted blue half moons along the waterfront and bear right into the hills above. A vigorous climb brings one to a cave inhabited for the last 20,000 years, basically since the peak of the ice age. Extremely early...More
The cave is really just that, a cave. There are no real archeological findings at the site, so you have to read the poster boards and realise that at the time that we had a 300m thick ice sheet right on top of the place...More