Engraved Rocks of Carapa[75 photos]

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Description

Engraved Rocks of Carapa (447)
Engraved Rocks of Carapa (447)
5° 9′ 30″ N, 52° 39′ 52″ W

The Engraved Rocks of Carapa (Roches Gravées de la Carapa), rediscovered in 1992, is the largest set of rock carvings discovered in French Guiana. The site, a historical monument since the 18th of November 1993, brings together polishers and rock carvings. There are nearly 250 engravings that cover the rock mass.

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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (1)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (2)

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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (068)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (078)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (089)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (092)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (096)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (104)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (107)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (109)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (112)
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Engraved Rocks of Carapa (118)

Pictures taken with a Canon EOS1

See also

French Guiana

Cayenne Market (1)
Cayenne Market (1)

French Guiana is an overseas department and region of France on the north Atlantic coast of South America. It borders Brazil to the east and south, and Suriname to the west. Its 83,534 km² area has a very low population density of less than 3… [Read more]