Discovered in 1986, it has two vertical panels and a third horizontal covering the other two. Three execution phases can be distinguished, predominating in the first red lines, a human shaped figure stands out in the second, and the third includes lengthened human and animal figures.

It has been interpreted as the representation of a temple or an altar. It is protected by a fence.

Historical Data

Archaeology site
Cave painting
Historical Period:
Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age


Risco La Zorrera. El Raso (Candeleda). 05489 Ávila.

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