Purely indicative georeferencing. Redefine !!!
The Navarre Cave, despite having a modest development, is, due to the evidence of the karst phenomenon, the most interesting in the territory of Termini. It opens on the northern slopes of Monte San Calogero in a rocky outcrop immediately below the Scillato Aqueduct. Saverio Ciofalo
who explored it first asserts: "I found a good harvest of flints, some fragments of crockery, and a bone awl". When I visited the cave in 1991, I found no trace of a deposit. F ° 259 I NW, Monte San Calogero; UTM: UC89220224, Altitude: m
175, Length m 20. (Text source: Giovanni Mannino: Guide to the Prehistory of Palermo - List of prehistoric sites in the province of Palermo - Sicilian Institute for Political and Economic Studies) (Text source: Giovanni Mannino: Guide to the Prehistory of Palermo - List of prehistoric sites in the province of Palermo - Sicilian Institute for Political and Economic Studies)
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