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Emine Bair Hosar Caves
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In the neighborhood of the most visited in the Crimea Marble Cave, in the mountain Range of Chatyr-Dag the Cave of Emine-Bair-Khosar nests at 125-meter depth. The subterranean kingdom of this pot-hole cave extends for over 2 kilometers. A two-hour tour in Emine-Bair-Khosar would unveil long and narrow subterranean galleries, roomy and tiny halls with flowstone drapery, “flowers”, statues and sculptures.
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Resembling a huge chunk of the Emmental cheese for the numerous karstic shafts, pots, wells and caves, the Mountain Range of Chatyr-Dag treasures the outstanding Marble Cave. It is the most visited cave in Europe and is included to top five equipped for visits caves on the planet. We hope it would stay such in spite of the human intervention to its entrails.
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