Potok Cave

Local namePotočka zijalka
LocationSolčava, Slovenia

Potok Cave is a cave in northern Slovenia, declared a high-elevation archaeological and paleontological site, occupied approximately 35,000 years BP by anatomically modern humans of the Aurignacian culture during the Upper Paleolithic. The cave is named after the Potok Farm in Podolševa. The Slovene term zijalka or zijavka refers to a flat-bottomed cave with a gaping mouth on a cliff face. Systematic excavations were carried out from 1928 through 1935 by Slovenian archaeologist Srečko Brodar.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potok_Cave

Address 3335, Slovenia

Coordinates 46°26'57.539" N 14°40'8.08" E

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