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Indian Rock Art

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Caption: Indian Rock Art
Location: Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
Copyright: © Graeme Teague
AGPix ID: AGPix_GrTePh23_0168
Photo Alignment: 35mm (horizontal)
Comments: Dating back to at least 500AD, Caiquetio Indians migrated from the central Oronoco region of South America to Venezuela and then onto Bonaire & Curacao. The Indians did not live in the caves and overhangs but were places for ceremonies, worship, celebrations and possibly burial. Stylized petroglyphs can be found in many locales around the two islands, and are often part of local island lore. Extensive, extraordinary and beautiful Bonaire stock, topside and underwater. Maximum Fine Art.

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