Karain Cave in Turkey's Antalya

Karain Cave in Turkey's Antalya

ANTALYA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 27 : People tour the Karain Cave located 27 kilometers northwest of Antalya, Turkey on February 27, 2018. Artefacts made from rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and elephants as well as fossilized remains of Homo Sapiens from the Middle Paleaolithic, Neanderthal and Late Palaeolithic ages have been found in the cave, attracting tourists in every season. ( Mustafa Çiftçi - Anadolu Agency )

Karain Cave in Turkey's Antalya Fotoğraf: Mustafa Çiftçi

ANTALYA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 27 : People tour the Karain Cave located 27 kilometers northwest of Antalya, Turkey on February 27, 2018. Artefacts made from rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and elephants as well as fossilized remains of Homo Sapiens from the Middle Paleaolithic, Neanderthal and Late Palaeolithic ages have been found in the cave, attracting tourists in every season. ( Mustafa Çiftçi - Anadolu Agency )

Karain Cave in Turkey's Antalya Fotoğraf: Mustafa Çiftçi

ANTALYA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 27 : People tour the Karain Cave located 27 kilometers northwest of Antalya, Turkey on February 27, 2018. Artefacts made from rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and elephants as well as fossilized remains of Homo Sapiens from the Middle Paleaolithic, Neanderthal and Late Palaeolithic ages have been found in the cave, attracting tourists in every season. ( Mustafa Çiftçi - Anadolu Agency )

Karain Cave in Turkey's Antalya Fotoğraf: Mustafa Çiftçi

ANTALYA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 27 : A girl tours the Karain Cave located 27 kilometers northwest of Antalya, Turkey on February 27, 2018. Artefacts made from rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and elephants as well as fossilized remains of Homo Sapiens from the Middle Paleaolithic, Neanderthal and Late Palaeolithic ages have been found in the cave, attracting tourists in every season. ( Mustafa Çiftçi - Anadolu Agency )

Karain Cave in Turkey's Antalya Fotoğraf: Mustafa Çiftçi

ANTALYA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 27 : People tour the Karain Cave located 27 kilometers northwest of Antalya, Turkey on February 27, 2018. Artefacts made from rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and elephants as well as fossilized remains of Homo Sapiens from the Middle Paleaolithic, Neanderthal and Late Palaeolithic ages have been found in the cave, attracting tourists in every season. ( Mustafa Çiftçi - Anadolu Agency )

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