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    • TouristCaves
      in Poland
    • According to the definition of the cave is: naturally empty space in the rock, accessible to man.This definition excludes all of the objects that arise resulting from human activity.So there are not Caves: tunnels, domestic wells, underground dungeons and cellars forged, because they were not created by nature.
      Most general breakdown of caves distinguishes primary and secondary.
      Primary Caves , are those that arise in a single process along with the rock in which they appear.A typical example of such caves are lava caves formed during the solidification streams of lava.Secondarycaves , was formed after the formation of the rocks. Here we include caves such as caused by earthquakes, by a shock wave, and karst caves. Karst caves are the most common and are the largest size, are therefore the main object of interest cavers and cave explorers.
    • Polish TouristCaves 1. Cave in Mechowo 2. Raj Cave near Kielce 3. DarkCave 4. Cave Łokietek 5. BatsCave 6. Upper Cave Wierzchowska 7. Dragon's Den on Wawel 8. Bear'sCave in Kletno 9. CaveRadochowska10. Cave Malinowska11. Cave Hole12. FrostyCave13. CaveDelusive14. CaveRaptawicka15. CaveObłazkowa16. Dragon's Den
      in the Ravine „Krakow”Caves of the border
      17. Cave Bielska
    • Cave in Mechowo
      the largest and best known cave in the Polish Lowlands
    • The entrance to the cave are a sandstone column
    • Cave in Mechowo
    • In some places on the walls and ceiling of the corridor are stalactites calcite.
      The most famous of these is called "Bleeding heart".
    • Exit of the cave and distinctive "column"
    • Cave Raj
    • CaveDark
    • Reconstruction of neanderthal camp in the vicinity of the Dark Cave
    • Dark Cave is located in the Ojcowski National Park in the Valley Prądnik
    • Cave Łokietek
    • Entry of the Bats Cave
    • One of the inhabitants of this cave
    • BatsCave
      located in the upper part
      of Valley Będkowska
    • Lanscape Park
      BolechowickiGorge and Kluczwoda Valley
    • Upper Cave Wierzchowska
      is located in the upper part of the KluczwodaValley
    • Upper Cave Wierzchowska
    • Dragon's Den (under the Wawel Hill)
      Karst cave at the foot of Wawel Castle shrouded in legend of the Wawel dragon.
    • Wawel Hill Aerial
    • In the small tower, in the western part of the fortifications of the castle, is the entrance to the Dragon Cave. The tour begins in the castle and go down the stairs to the cave. For visitors, there are three chambers, the longest of them has a length of 25 m and is 10 meters tall. Output there is outside the Castle walls near the bed of the Vistula.
    • Entrance to the Dragon Cave
    • Exit the Dragon Cave
    • Bear'sCave in Kletno
      Entrancepavilion
    • Bear'sCave in Kletno is the most beautiful stalactite cave in Poland.
      Located on the Earth Kłodzko in the MassifBorscht.
    • cave bear skeleton
    • Unusualforms of stalagmite
    • Unusualforms of stalagmite
    • Exit the cave
    • Cave Radochowska
      lies in the Klodzko Valley in the vicinity of LadekZdroj
      A large horizontal cave which is an undoubtedly, in addition to the Bear Cave in Kletno,
      one of the biggest attractions of the region.
    • Chamber "Gothic"
    • Lakelet
    • Crossing tunnels of near the 'Gothic' Hall
    • Batshibernate in caves. Confirmed the presence of five species: big brown bat (Mimyotis), reddish brown bat, brown bat, barbastelle, serotine.
    • The entrance to the cave Malinowska
    • The first stage of the descent into the cave, in a further way is no longer ladders
    • The entrance to the cave, "Dziura" (Hole)
    • Main hall
    • ice icicles in the initial part of the cave
    • The final part of the cave
    • Main corridor of cave
      The trail leading to the cave
    • Cave Mroźna. Tatra Mountains. Koscieliska Valley
    • Koscieliska Valley - Pisana Hall, on right Raptawickaturnia (crag) with caves:Raptawicka, Obłazkowa and Mylna.On the left side there is the gorge 'Krakow' and Dragon's Den
    • Kościeliska Valley,
      on right a path leading
      to the caves: Raptawicka,
      Obłazkowa and Mylna
    • Cave Mylna
      This is by far the most interesting proposal of polish tourist cave
      intended to the individually tour.
      The cave is situated in the middle part of Kościeliska Valley
      in the wall of RaptawickaTurnia.
    • One of a "Windows of Pawlikowski"
    • Traverse with the chains in the northern part of the cave
    • CragRaptawicka
    • Access to the Cave Raptawicka
    • Initial hall of cave
    • Initial hall of caveRaptawicka
    • Obłazkowa Cave those are practically a long and narrow corridors, are part of the karst system linking all the surrounding caves . It is located about 50 meters below of the cave Raptawicka, in the immediate vicinity of cave Mylna.
    • The entrance to the cave Obłazkowa
    • The entrance to the cave Obłazkowa
    • Initial hall of cave
    • Path to RavineKrakow
    • Dragon's Den (in the Ravine Krakow)
      View on Ravine Krakow from the trail
      around of the cave.
      On the left at the bottom - entrance hole.
      Plan of Dragon's Den
    • The entrance to the cave
    • Hiking trail that running through the cave.
    • Bielska cave (Bielańska)
      Cave Bielańska that have been discovered by gold prospectors in the first half of the eighteenth century, is located in an attractive environment Tatra National Park, in the eastern part of the National Nature Reserve TatraBielskie. On the tour route is dominated by stalagmites shaped pagodasand waterfalls a length exceeding 50 m.
      The cave is famous for its beautiful formations and scenic lakes.The Cave Bielska lies on Slovakia, near the Polish border so if you will be in Zakopane is worth to go to visit her.
    • the end
      Music - Yanni; Paths of water
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      A presentation has been prepared by - Anna