Three New Cave Art Sites Discovered in Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, March 15 — Three new cave art sites in Cuba were recently discovered at the Imias Nature Reserve in the eastern province of Guantanamo, reported the Granma newspaper.

This set of pictographs created by pre-Columbian groups or populations — most of these painted in red colors — were found during a joint expedition of the “Speleological Society of Cuba” and the “Cuban Cave Art Research Group.”

With these discoveries, the total number of documented cave art sites nationwide now amounts to 285, with most of these located in the provinces of Matanzas, Guantanamo and Pinar del Rio.