Google Maps took to Instagram to share a video about the 36,000-year-old “art gallery” located in France.
A video posted on the official Google Maps Instagram page has created a buzz among netizens. The clip was also shared on the Google Arts & Culture Instagram page. It shows a 36,000 year old “art gallery” located in France. The video left people stunned and it may have the same effect on you too.
“Want to see one of the oldest arts in the world? Take a @googlemaps tour inside the #ChauvetCaves in southern France, where primitive artworks have remained untouched for 36,000 years, including carvings of horses, mammoths and bears,” wrote they wrote in their caption.
The shared video shows how the cave is seen using the Google Maps zoom in feature and it’s amazing to watch. A text insert also explains how it is “one of the oldest art galleries”. The video also explains that located in the south of France, this cave is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You may end up watching the video more than once.
Take a look at the post:
The video was posted about eight hours ago. Since sharing, the clip has racked up over 54,000 views and the numbers are only growing. The sharing also prompted people to post various comments.
“Amazing,” wrote one Instagram user. “WOW! Thanks for sharing,” posted another. “Love it,” commented a third.
What do you think of the wonderful video?