Cueva de las Manos or the Cave of the Hands is a Cave and Complex having exceptional paintings of Hands stenciled in multiple collages on the rock walls. It is a rock arts site in the province of Santa Cruz, Argentina, about 160 kilometers south of the town of Perito Moreno.
It is estimated that the art was created in several waves between 7,300 BC and 700 AD during the Archaic period of pre-Columbian South America. The Cave of Hands is considered to be the best material evidence of early South American hunter-gatherer groups. The site is a National Historic Monument in Argentina and listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
The Cave of Hands is surrounded by an outstanding landscape with a river running through a deep Canyon. There are many depictions of animals like Guanacos and hunting scenes depicting animals and human figures interacting in a dynamic and naturalistic manner.
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