18. 04. 2016.

UNESCO - Serra Da Capivara National Park, Brazil

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 :)

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