For the second consecutive Year, the activity aims to disseminate and disseminate the prehistoric heritage of Cantabria, but specifically of Puente Viesgo.
At the foot of Monte del Castillo, where the prehistoric caves of La Pasiega, the Castle, Monedas ... are located, the Cantabruri association in collaboration with the regional government and the Puente Viesgo City Council, will carry out different prehistory activities, oriented for all audiences.
The activity begins on Friday at 8:00 p.m., with a presentation by doctoral student Verónica Fernández, from the IIIPC (International Institute of Prehistoric Research of Cantabria), with her thesis: From hand to mind, demography and semiotics of Paleolithic artists through representations of hands.
For the rest of the day there are activities for all audiences, prehistoric hunting, archeology workshop, children's workshops, orientation games, paleo drawing class by the artist Marina Lezcano and various competitions.
In addition, to end the event, there will be two performances, one being a fire show and a txalaparta concert.