Prehistoric Rock Art is one of the oldest form of cultural heritage, present in almost all regions of the planet and living proof of past life forms. Europe hosts some of the best known and most significant evidence of Prehistoric Rock Art, representing over 40% of all the world’s rock art sites. This Art is closely linked to the landscape. Culture and Nature therefore come together in this route, which also contributes to the sustainable development of the rural communities where all the sites that compose the Cultural Route are located.
Collection: Aplications, Images, Multimedia, Texts
Project: 10. Churches and religions in Europe., 9. Travels and travelers: economic, social and cultural connections.
Chronology: 42,000 years ago and continued until the Early Iron Age in some regions - today
Scope: Secondary Education, Higher Education
Resource type: Website
Source: Prehistoric Rock Art Trails
Language: English, Spanish and French
Date: 42,000 years ago and continued until the Early Iron Age in some regions
Owner: Filippo Galletti (Modernalia)
Copyright: Prehistoric Rock Art Trails
Abstract: Website of the Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.