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An Upper Palaeolithic site on the Danube in northeast Austria, dating to around 35,200 bp. The Krems-Hundssteig locality has revealed a very rich Aurignacian-like assemblage in which numerous bladelets, endscrapers, retouched blades, and 'Krems' points were found. A female figurine of green serpentine was dated to 31,790 bp.