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The Caves of Toirano, which offer the possibility of making unique discoveries, immersed in a unique atmosphere that leads back to prehistoric times. This karst cavities large complex, divided into two parts, presents a remarkable variety of forms of stalactites and stalagmites, traces of Homo Neanderthal more than 12,000 years ago and remains of ursus spelaeus of about 25,000 years of age who give life Europe's biggest cemetery of the Cave Bear. The caves are also home to bands of 8 meters and ponds where live the Niphargus, a prehistoric crustacean.