Karain Cave is an important center for the history of Paleolithic Anatolia and Near East. Karain pass through the Lower Palaeolithic settlement with traces common to the Roman period archaeological studies fill an important gap in Anatolia. Earth is paleolithic represents most only an era of cave Karain Lower, Middle and shows a continuous stratification in the upper and the data obtained from this layer is of particular importance in terms of providing insight into connections and migration routes between Europe and the Near East. In addition to the oldest human remains known in Anatolia seized from the black portable art uncovered in the cave are the first examples of Anatolian art. Furthermore, given that the remains of plants and animals play an important role in revealing the western Mediterranean's ancient environment.
|Museum / Ruin Info Box|
|Location||Yağca Köyü, Antalya|
|Entry Fee||5 TL Entry Fee Table|
|Summer Term||09:00 - 19:00|
|Winter Term||08:00 - 17:00|
|Museum Pass Sale Point||No|