Wolf Cave

Local nameSusiluola
LocationMainland Finland, Finland

Wolf Cave is a crack in the Pyhävuori mountain in Kristinestad, near the Karijoki municipality in Finland. The upper part of the crack has been packed with soil, forming a cave. In 1996, some objects were found in the cave that brought about speculations that it could have been inhabited in the Paleolithic, between 120,000 and 130,000 years ago. These objects, if authentic, would be the only known Neanderthal artifacts in the Nordic countries.

Tags Archaeological Site
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More information and contact

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

Official website http://www.susiluola.fi/

Email opastuskeskus@susiluola.fi

Phone +358 40 508 0405

Address 64350, Finland

Coordinates 62°18'10.659" N 21°39'46.151" E

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