A journey into the most remote past through three sites of international importance that tell the life of prehistoric man in Basilicata.
With its history-rich past, South Italy is famous all over the world for its many archaeological sites. What perhaps not everyone knows is that in Basilicata you can also visit much older sites, with very interesting findings dating back to the Lower Paleolithic, the era in which homo erectus lived and hunted in the region, approximately 850.000 years ago.
Here are the top 3 prehistorical sites of Basilicata you can't miss.
The Paleolithic Park of Notarchirico
The Paleolithic park of Atella in the north of Basilicata
The Megaliths of Mount Croccia
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