Grotte du Vallonnet, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin

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Grotte du Vallonnet is an archaeological site located near Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, between Monaco and Menton, in France, that was first discovered in 1958. Stone tools found at the site have been dated to between 1 and 1.05 million years old, making it one of the earliest sites of human settlement known in Europe.
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  • In the caves here , found by some tiny child wriggling through a tiny entrance & returning with a rhino jawbone, later found be a million years old - at a time when animals would drag their prey into....  more »
  • Yummy pizza. Friendly local atmosphere. Cozy cave on the village square. We went during Christmas Creche festival. So quaint. So Christmasy  more »
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