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Magura Cave

maɡjʊˈra keɪv

noun | Archaeoastronology

an archaeoastronological site located near the village of Rabisha in northwestern Bulgaria, known for its Palaeolithic cave paintings and its carvings of the Moon. 

Origin and etymology

  • Astro-English: from Astronese, the phrase Magura Cave, was coined by Cometan to denote the archaeoastronological site of northwestern Bulgaria featuring Palaeolithic paintings and carvings.