Photographers have until September 6th, 2014, to participate in the first ever Grotte Chauvet photo contest. The Grotte Chauvet is a cave that contains the earliest known and best preserved figurative cave paintings in the world. Organized by the Ministry of Culture and Communication, this contest aims to give the winning photographer the exceptional opportunity to visit the cave to produce a photo report and enable a maximum number of people to witness this priceless, 36,000-year-old treasure featuring more than 450 cave paintings.
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