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OCHTINSKA ARAGONITE CAVE, Slovakia: is included with other caves of the Slovak Karst, which began forming in the Mesozoic Era about 252 million BC, in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Although only 300 meters long, it is famous for its rare filling of aragonite, a crystal form of calcium carbonate. There are only three aragonite caves discovered in the world so far.

OCHTINSKA ARAGONITE CAVE, Slovakia: is included with other caves of the Slovak Karst, which began forming in the Mesozoic Era about 252 million BC, in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Although only 300 meters long, it is famous for its rare filling of aragonite, a crystal form of calcium carbonate. There are only three aragonite caves discovered in the world so far.

Ochtinska_aragonitova_jaskyna

Ochtinska_aragonitova_jaskyna

Ochtina Aragonite Cave - Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst

Ochtina Aragonite Cave - Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst

kryštálové unikáty v Ochtinskej aragonitovej jaskyni

kryštálové unikáty v Ochtinskej aragonitovej jaskyni

OCHTINSKA ARAGONITE CAVE, Slovakia: is included with other caves of the Slovak Karst, which began forming in the Mesozoic Era about 252 million BC, in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Although only 300 meters long, it is famous for its rare filling of aragonite, a crystal form of calcium carbonate. There are only three aragonite caves discovered in the world so far.

OCHTINSKA ARAGONITE CAVE, Slovakia: is included with other caves of the Slovak Karst, which began forming in the Mesozoic Era about 252 million BC, in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Although only 300 meters long, it is famous for its rare filling of aragonite, a crystal form of calcium carbonate. There are only three aragonite caves discovered in the world so far.

Ochtinska aragonitova jaskyna, Ochtinska aragonit cave, Slovak karst Mountains Royalty Free Stock Image

Ochtinska aragonitova jaskyna, Ochtinska aragonit cave, Slovak karst Mountains Royalty Free Stock Image

The Ochtinska Aragonite Cave was discovered in 1954 in Slovakia. Aragonite is a string-like calcium mineral that pervades the cave. Ochtinska is the only cave of its kind in Europe.

The Ochtinska Aragonite Cave was discovered in 1954 in Slovakia. Aragonite is a string-like calcium mineral that pervades the cave. Ochtinska is the only cave of its kind in Europe.


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