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Rock art of the Iberian Mediterranean Basin is a series of archaeological sites in Spain which together form a World Heritage Site.

Rock art is found at many prehistoric archaeological sites in Spain, and there is a separate World Heritage Site which protects rock art in the north of Spain including the Cave of Altamira. The number of sites protected as Rock Art of the Iberian Mediterranean Basin has increased since the World Heritage Site was designated by the UNESCO in 1998: there are currently over seven hundred sites in the autonomous communities of Andalusia, Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha, Catalonia, Region of Murcia and Valencia.

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