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Grava Gardikiou

“Grava Gardikiou” is a cave, where after research scientists found inhabitation signs from the Superior Paleolithic Era (20.000 B.C.). They found tools made of firestone, animal bones etc.
It is located in Aghios Mattheos community, 22km away from the southwest side of the city and very close to the Byzantine fortress of Gardikiou. The cave has an amazing view of south Corfu.

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