Mines Prehistòriques de Gavà

Parque Arqueológico Minas de Gavà


Useful Information

Location: Gavà
Open: JAN to 15-JUN Mon-Fri 10-18, Sat 10-19, Sun 10-14:30.
16-JUN to 15-SEP Mon-Sat 10-19, Sun 10-14:30.
16-SEP to DEC Mon-Fri 10-18, Sat 10-19, Sun 10-14:30.
Closed 01-JAN, 06-JAN, 24-JUN, 25-DEC, 26-DEC.
[2008]
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Classification:  Stone Age Flint mine
Light: electric.
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Address: Parque Arqueológico Minas de Gavà, Carrer de Jaume I, 7, 08850 Gavà (Baix Llobregat), Tel: +34-93263-9650. E-mail: contact
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Last update:$Date: 2015/08/30 21:53:43 $

History

 
4000 b.C.first traces of mining.

Description

This is a prehistoric mine, which means it was mine long ago during the Stone Age. There are nearly no remains of the mining tools of that time, but the stone age miners left kilometers of narow passages. This mine is said to be the oldest mine in Europe, but the UNESCO seems to think that  Les minières de silex néolithique de Spiennes is the oldest one.


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