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Cueva de las Manos del Alto Río Pinturas
The Hands Cave of Pinturas river was declared Cultural World Heritage in 1999. Located at the river's ravine, at 99 miles from Perito Moreno town, in the province of Santa Cruz, it is one of the most significant -and beautiful- cave painting expression of the Patagonia: it hosts an exceptional set of paintings that can be traced back to 13,000 to 9,500 years b.C. and they are true testimony of the culture of the first communities that inhabited the region.
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