The Cave of Fumane is one of the three most important prehistoric archaeological sites in Europe. It is only 11 km from Villa del Quar.
The rich testimonies preserved in the deposits filling of this cavity, represent an exceptional document of acquaintances of Valpolicella by Neanderthals and early modern humans.
This area is essential to study the way of life, the economy, technology and spirituality of the representatives of a humanity of the past that settled the Valpolicella for more than 50,000 years, but also to understand the mechanisms that led to the density of finds.It has few equivalents in Europe. This is explained by the resources offered by the land and mild climate.
Various rock formations offered flint, a rock that was collected and chipped for making hunting tools and weapons.
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