the artistry of prehistoric painters in the cave of Lascaux

the artistry of prehistoric painters in the cave of Lascaux

A group of 17 MIT travelers are heading to France – specifically to the Dordogne, a region located in South West France between the Loire Valley and the High Pyrénées.  One of the highlights of our trip will be a tour at Lascaux II, a replica of Lascaux, a setting of complex caves famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings which are estimated to be 16,000 years old. We travel from May 29 to June 5. Stay tuned…