The Human History Room in the Mediterranean Natural History Museum illustrates man's physical and cultural evolution, with particular reference to population of the Mediterranean area.
A fascinating and easily-understood itinerary includes casts of hominid fossils, descriptions of the biological and paleon-tographic evidence of the long journey it is thought leads from anthropomorphous African apes to modern man, and stone implements used in prehistoric times.
Visitors can examine the face of a Neanderthal man (reproduced by applying the techniques of forensic medicine to a Neanderthal skull), and admire copies of the rock paintings of the famous Lascaux caves or prehistoric statues of Venus.
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Weekday times: Tue-Sat. 9:00-13:00 Tue and Thr. 15:00-19:00
Sundays and holidays: Sun 15:00-19:00
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