The Question: The Italian Alps have one of the world’s largest collections of what?
In Camonica valley, located in Italy’s eastern Alps, visitors can find one of the world’s largest collections of prehistoric petroglyphs. The site is called Valcamonica and stretches for 56 miles across the valley. More than 2,500 rocks are carved with up to 300,000 symbols, animals, scenes, and drawings. Valcamonica was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1979.
The correct answer is Petroglyphs.