Krasnohorska Cave

As a karst cave, Krásnohorská Cave is spotted at the southern foot related to the Silicka planina Plain that is found in the Slovak Karst. It is distanced by about 6.5 kilometers from that of Roznava in South-Slovakia. It is mainly known for the Kvapel roznavskych jaskyniarov, the mighty dripstone that stands tall at 32.

6 meters and for the mysterious underground riverbed.

Krásnohorská Cave

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As a karst cave, Krásnohorská Cave is spotted at the southern foot related to the Silicka planina Plain that is found in the Slovak Karst. It is distanced by about 6.5 kilometers from that of Roznava in South-Slovakia. It is mainly known for the Kvapel roznavskych jaskyniarov, the mighty dripstone that stands tall at 32.6 meters and for the mysterious underground riverbed.

At the Krásnohorská Cave, a part pertaining to the cave starting from the cave and extending up to the Hall of Giants has been created by dolomite and that of dolomitic lime stones along with striking limestone layers. The back portions of the cave as that of the Great Hall, the Pearl Passage and the Mirror Hall get spotted in the limestone areas. At the Krásnohorská Cave, the Great Canyon passageway was created owing to tectonic faults as it also resulted in shaping the large chambers found at the back portions of Krásnohorská Cave, which was brought to light in 1964 by the Rozana cavers.

Krásnohorská Cave is also a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the length of this cave extends up to 1355 meters. One can spot the rich flowstone decoration that can be seen at the side branches pertaining to the cave and soil pyramids that are found here also takes the visitor by surprise.