Diorama Arch
NABSQNO NABSQNO 34U 416598 5560977 Poland

Diorama Arch is one of two natural arches located close together in Ojcow National Park, Poland, about a 30 minute drive from Krakow. The two arches are located near the entrance to Jaskina Ciemna (Dark Cave), south of the village of Ojcow. This cave was home to Poland's earliest know inhabitants who dwelled there some 120,000 years ago. Three figures representating what those inhabitants were like have been added to this small arch — two figures are in front while a third stands by the back opening. The arch has an estimated span of 9 feet and height of 12 feet. Photo by Ray Millar (more information about arches in Poland can be found on Ray's website).

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