The Solutré Museum presents the collections from one of the richest prehistoric sites in Europe. This was a hunting site used for for over 25,000 years by men of the Upper Paleolithic Age (from 35,000 to 10,000 B.C.), who came to hunt, dismember and smoke thousands of horses and reindeer. The Solutré archeological and botanical park, laid out on the archeological site, completes the visit to the museum. It lets you discover a wide variety of vegetable species that are characteristic of this area as well as the key results of the archeological digs.
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