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Font de Gaume or Pech-Merle

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We plan to visit Lascaux II to get an idea of cave drawings as they looked originally. We'd also like to visit one cave with original paintings. We are most interested in the paintings, rather than cave formations, as we have visited many great caves in the US.

Which would you visit if you only had time for one? People on this forum seem to love Font de Gaume, but Michelin only gives it one star. Michelin gives Pech-Merle three stars.

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