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Friday, 10 July 2009

Going Underground

The Skocjan Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage site and we spent an interesting morning walking through 3 kms of this cave system, with lots of drip-sticks, as our guide called the Stalactites and Stalacmites and a bridge high over a gushing and noisy river.

The Karst scenery of Slovenia is well known and protected in Slovenia. The geography provides some wonderful places to visit, such as the very small Divje Jezero or Wild Lake, a small, brilliant blue lake fed from an underground river and surrounded by high cliffs and dripping ferns.

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