The Lipsi Cave is located in the town-council of Kotor, 4,5 km to south-west from Risan near village Lipsi. The rock inside of the Lipsi cave is considered to be an archeological monument of II category. The images over Lipsi rock suggest the time when ancient people inhabited Boka-Kotor bay. It is also a valuable heritage of the Balkan peninsular of prehistoric art.
Today just ruins left from the cave. Long ago it was ruined due to some natural cataclysms. However, part of the wall with the images on it have survived well, despite the age of the ancient painting is more than 12000. First this graphics was found in 1961.
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