List of Neanderthal sites

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This is a list of archeological sites where remains or tools of Neanderthals were found.

Some sites where classic Neanderthal fossils were found.
Some sites where Pre-Neanderthal or Protoneanderthal fossils were found.

Western Europe north of the Alps and Pyrenees[edit]

Iberian Peninsula[edit]

Apennine Peninsula[edit]

Balkan Peninsula[edit]

Central and Eastern Europe[edit]

Southwest Asia[edit]

Central Asia[edit]

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