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This will be the largest replica cave in the world. Started in spring 2012, this exclusive report describes the work of reconstruction of the Chauvet Cave II, divided between Vallon Pont d'Arc (1), Montignac (2), Toulouse (3), Paris (4), Saint-Priest, near Lyon (5) and Meylan, near Grenoble (6). Once completed, more than one thousand drawings, paintings and sculptures made by the first artists of History (including 423 animal figures) will be spread over 8500 m2 (3000m2 for floor, 5500 m2 for walls and ceilings) and reproduced exactly as the original cave (to compare, it is 50 m2 to 800 m2 and 2 Lascaux Lascaux 3). Dated 36,000 years, Chauvet Cave was discovered in December 1994 (this will be the 20th anniversary of its discovery next December) and immediately closed to the public because of its immense scientific and artistic interest, and its strong presence of carbon dioxide. Since June 2014, it is a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
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This will be the largest replica cave in the world. Started in spring 2012, this exclusive report describes the work of reconstruction of the Chauvet Cave II, divided between Vallon Pont d'Arc (1), Montignac (2), Toulouse (3), Paris (4), Saint-Priest, near Lyon (5) and Meylan, near Grenoble (6). Once completed, more than one thousand drawings, paintings and sculptures made by the first artists of History (including 423 animal figures) will be spread over 8500 m2 (3000m2 for floor, 5500 m2 for walls and ceilings) and reproduced exactly as the original cave (to compare, it is 50 m2 to 800 m2 and 2 Lascaux Lascaux 3). Dated 36,000 years, Chauvet Cave was discovered in December 1994 (this will be the 20th anniversary of its discovery next December) and immediately closed to the public because of its immense scientific and artistic interest, and its strong presence of carbon dioxide. Since June 2014, it is a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

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