The caves in the Swabian Alb Geopark have examples of ancient art from the ice-age era and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2017.  Humans lived in the six caves around 35-40,000 years ago where traces of ice age art can still be found.  Archeologists have found around 50 small sculptures of man and beast along with utensils made out of mammoth tusks and animal bone, eight pipes together with a 30 cm sculpture of a lion man – a sensational archeological find.

Ancient artefacts have already been found at another site and we now know that early stone age man made music.

Source: Extract Camping (DCC-D)