The Wolf Cave of Karijoki in Kristiinankaupunki is a fascinating place. Excavations in the cave have revealed stone artifacts and coal accumulations suggesting inhabitation in the cave prior to the last ice age. This would imply that the inhabitants were Neanderthals, and as such it would be one of the most northern locations of Neanderthal inhabitation and the only known location later covered by continental ice.
Nearby attractions: The viewing tower of Susivuori
Coordinates (WGS84): 62.30300, 21.66253
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