The Zegar (Clock) Cave

Szlak Jaskiniowców
50° 25' 32.8584" N 19° 40' 31.4148" E

The oldest evidence of the cave being inhabited dates back at least to the Paleolithic era, ca. 50-60 thousand of years ago (such as stone tools, bones and teeth of the cave bear, lion, hyena and reindeer). Traces of the Neolithic man were also found (remains of clay vessels and flint tools), as well as of the Iron Age people of the Przeworsk culture, and the medieval inhabitation. The name stems from the folk legend according to which on the Midsummer Night, a clock strikes somewhere within the cave. Hence the name, Clock Cave. The cave has three entrances, situated along the 25 m. rocky area.

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