Lascaux 4, a spectacular replica of France’s most celebrated cave art using interactive guides and multi-screen displays, opens on 15 December

The International Cave Art Centre in the Dordogne, which celebrates the prehistoric art discovered in 1940 known as Lascaux, was inaugurated by President Hollande on Saturday 10 December. The €57m (£48m) centre sits at the foot of the hill where the original cave was found and is built of glass and grey striated concrete – though it also features a replica of the grotto that a teenager, Marcel Ravidat, and his black-and-white mongrel, Robot, stumbled upon 76 years ago.

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Source: The Guardian

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