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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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The Palvolgyi Cave (Hungarian: Pál-völgyi-barlang) is a stalactite cave in Budapest, Hungary, stretching more than 19 km (11.8 mi), of which only 500 m (1610 ft) is accessible to the public.



Five interesting facts about Pál-völgyi-barlang:

  • It was formed by thermal waters over millions of years.
  • It was discovered in 1904 and it is accessible for the public since 1919.
  • It is the third longest cave in the country.
  • Its vertical dimension is 104 m (341 ft).
  • It is a highly protected natural preservation area since 1944.

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Path, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Gap, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Gap, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Gap, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Path, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Gap, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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The Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Path, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Path, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Hall, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Hall, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Dropstone formations, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Dropstone formations, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Dropstone formations, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Dropstone formations, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Stalagmites, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Fossil, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary
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Stalactites, the Palvolgyi Cave, Hungary

Address: Pál-völgyi-barlang, Szépvölgyi út 162, 1025 Budapest, Hungary


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