With today’s transportation, it’s never been more easier to travel around the globe. You would think more places would be free to the public, with locations been more and more easy to get to. From breathtaking beaches, rain forests and hot deserts. There are certain places people are not allowed or where access is limited
10. Lascaux Caves
Setting of a complex of caves near the village of Montignac in southwestern France. Interior walls and ceilings of the cave contains over 600 parietal wall paintings. The drawings are the combined effort of many generations, and with continued debate, the paintings are estimated around 17,000 years. The paintings are primarily of typical local and contemporary fauna that correspond with the fossil record of the Upper Paleolithic time as well as large animals.