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Published on 2014-07-04
At a distance of 13km. by Aridea at the Baths, a paradise of natural beauty in the center of which is the Paleontological - Physiographical Almopia and Folk Museum. Founded in 1991 and is unique in Greece with mixed character. Richest are named as A and B, and a spectacular 50-meter platform deep in the bottom of the human skeleton which was of unknown age. An important finding is the spilaiokatafygeio Z is the maxilla, the left canine, Board of fossilized skull of Ursus ST. ARCTOS (brown bear) about 10000 years old and younger. For vrachografimata, these are people with huge hands, reaching up to the soles of the feet. The heads look different ornaments, and some are accented genitals.
The cave was discovered the fossilized bones of cave bears that date back 120,000 years ago. In the same cave in the distance, the large chamber is in material physics drip pan with water, where worship, judging from the shells found there. Perhaps it was the cave temple and larvae.