The exquisite painted caves in France were created by European ancestors of pre-history, the Old Stone Age. To give some perspective: the Roman Empire expanded a mere two thousand years ago. Sumeria in Mesopotamia produced the myth of Inanna four thousand years ago. But can you imagine modern humans creating stunning art works of animals 20,000 years ago? They did, at Lascaux in SW France, Niaux in the French Pyrenees and elsewhere. Stretch your mind again: Picasso-like art works 30,000 years ago? Yes, at Chauvet, "The Cave of Forgotten Dreams." Come dream with us amidst the Paleolithic Painted Caves of France!