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The rocks of Camonica Valley were engraved for 10,000 years. This is a form of writing before writing, a form of expression that has significant religious and social meaning for the prehistoric populations who lived here. It is possible to admire some of these rocks by going to one of the many natural protected areas, true outdoor museums open to individual tourists and educational tours: Parco Nazionale delle Incisioni Rupestri (Capo di Ponte), Riserva Naturale delle Incisioni Rupestri di Ceto, Cimbergo e Paspardo, Parco Nazionale dei Massi di Cemmo (Capo di Ponte), Parco Archeologico di Seradina Bedolina (Capo di Ponte), Parco del Lago Moro (Luine and Corni Freschi areas near Darfo Boario Terme), Parco di Asinino-Anvoia (Ossimo), Parco Archeo-minerario di Sellero, and multi-theme itinerary Coren delle Fate (Sonico). In 1979, the rock engravings were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the first such site in Italy.