This site represents some of the earliest forms of art. Including during the magdalenian culture of the upper Paleolithic and before the neolithic age.
A bison licking an insect bite carving was found here dated to around 15,000 years ago.
Other findings include a perforated baton with horse on it; and, an engraved bone rod depicting a lioness licking the opening of either a gigantic human penis or a vulva. It is one of the earliest forms of sexual depiction.
The shelter was also occupied during the Middle Ages. A castle stands above the shelter.
Check it out with some more neolithic architecture today!