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Cave Collection

Exploring the depths of human perception, the cave becomes a metaphorical gateway to enlightenment

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Cave Collection: Platos Cave Allegory
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Cave Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Cave Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Cave Collection: Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378
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Cave Collection: Bar built in cliff caves, Cova d en Xoroi in evening, Cala en Porter, Menorca, Balearic Islands
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Cave Collection: Pub Darts Match
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Cave Collection: Deux meres ( Two Mothers ), 1888. Artist: Leon-Maxime Faivre
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Cave Collection: Merlins Cave K900465
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Cave Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Cave Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Cave Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Cave Collection: Lourdes - The statue in the Grotto
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Cave Collection: Buddha statue in cliffs (since destroyed by the Taliban), Bamiyan, Afghanistan
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Cave Collection: The Great He-Goat, 1820-1823, by Francisco de Goya
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Cave Collection: Cave of Plato, Jan Saenredam, Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem, 1604
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Cave Collection: South Condurrow Mine, Camborne, Cornwall. 1892
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Cave Collection: Lascaux cave painting Period: Paleolithic, c. 18, 000 years ago, Vezere Valley, Dordogne
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Cave Collection: A climber ascending a cave archway at Foxhole, Gower Peninsula, Wales, United Kingdom
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Cave Collection: Sassi di Matera, Basilicata, Italy
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Cave Collection: Lascaux cave painting, Bordeaux, France (photo)
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Cave Collection: CAVE ART: PECH MERLE. Prehistoric human handprint from Pech Merle cave, France
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Cave Collection: Cave Hill and Belfast Castle
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Cave Collection: Paleolithic. France. Cabrerets. Pech Merle cave. The dotted
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Cave Collection: Rock Abstract Art Western Australia
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Cave Collection: Cueva de las Manos (Cave of Hands), UNESCO World Heritage Site, a cave or series
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Cave Collection: The sea caves of Benagil with natural windows on the clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean
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Cave Collection: Picture No. 10766707
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Cave Collection: Venus of Laussel. 25 mil. -18 mil. BC. Venus
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Cave Collection: Cave of the Hands. ARGENTINA. SANTA CRUZ. Detail
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Cave Collection: The portico in wrought iron on entrance door to Champagne Louis Roederer, Reims
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Cave Collection: Ancient frescoes, Sigiriya, UNESCO World Heritage Site, North Central Province, Sri Lanka, Asia
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Cave Collection: CAVE ART: BISON. Bison from the Nave at Lascaux, Dordogne, France, 7 feet and 10. 5 inches
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Cave Collection: Prehistoric cave art of a bull, Altamira, Spain
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Cave Collection: Smugglers Unload Goods
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Cave Collection: Harrisons Cave, Barbados, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
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Cave Collection: Lourdes grotto, Lourdes, Hautes Pyrenees, France, Europe
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Cave Collection: Hypnos, God of Sleep
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Cave Collection: Cave of Crystals, Naica Mine, Mexico
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Cave Collection: Milky Way Over Hollow Rock
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Cave Collection: Neanderthal spear point
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Cave Collection: Sigiriya Damsels or Cloud Maidens, Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress, UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Cave Collection: Sigiriya Damsels or Cloud Maidens, Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress, UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Cave Collection: LASCAUX: RUNNING DEER. Running deer from the Cave of Lascaux, Montignac, France
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Cave Collection: CAVE ART. Standing bull bison from Cave of Altamira, Santander, Spain, c10, 000 B. C
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Cave Collection: NEANDERTHAL MAN. First reconstruction of a Neanderthal man, from the La Chapelle-aux-Saints
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Cave Collection: NATI2D-00054
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Cave Collection: Cave art paintings, prehistoric discovery
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Cave Collection: The Odyssey / Scylla


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Exploring the depths of human perception, the cave becomes a metaphorical gateway to enlightenment. Just like Plato's Cave Allegory, where prisoners mistake shadows for reality, we too often find ourselves trapped in our own limited perspectives. The replica of Lascaux II cave painting C013/7378 takes us back thousands of years, reminding us of the ancient wisdom and artistic expressions that have been preserved within these mysterious caverns. Stone-age cave paintings found in Chauvet, France further unveil humanity's innate desire to leave its mark on history. Hidden within cliff caves lies an unexpected treasure - Cova d'en Xoroi in Cala en Porter, Menorca. As evening falls and a pub darts match commences inside this unique bar built into nature's embrace, one can't help but marvel at the ingenuity and adaptability of humankind. Venturing deeper into history, South Condurrow Mine in Camborne transports us to Cornwall during 1892 when miners risked their lives daily to extract precious minerals from beneath the earth's surface. The resilience and determination displayed by these workers are awe-inspiring. Merlin's Cave stands as a testament to mythical tales and legends passed down through generations. This mystical refuge sparks imagination and invites contemplation about what lies beyond our tangible reality. In Lourdes' Grotto resides a statue that has become synonymous with hope and healing for millions around the world. It serves as a reminder that even within darkness or despair, there is always room for faith and miracles. Tragically destroyed by the Taliban, Buddha statue carved into cliffs in Bamiyan once stood tall as an emblem of peace and serenity amidst Afghanistan's rugged landscape. Its absence now echoes louder than ever before - a stark reminder of how cultural heritage can be lost forever if not protected.