Established in 1979, the Serra da Capivara National Park stretched across the municipalities of São Raimundo Nonato, São João do Piauí, and Canto do Buriti in the south-eastern section of Piauí state in Brazil’s Northeast Region. It covers nearly 129, 140 hectares and has a circumference of 214 kilometres. The area houses one of the most important archaeological sites in the Americas, the majority consisting of rock and wall paintings dating from 50,000-30,000 years BP, bearing exceptional testimony to one of the oldest populations to inhabit South America.
No paintings to be seen here, but quite frankly I find it a success to find any UNESCO cards from Brazil, apart from the big cities. Many thanks Paulo :)