The Postojna Cave is located in Slovenia and is the second largest cave in Europe. There are many scenic spots and wonders in the cave. The cave is surrounded by caves and connected by tunnels, forming a magnificent cave corridor. There are 4 main caves, including the Brilliant Hall, the Slow Hall, the Crystal Hall, and the Concert Hall. The scenery of the hall is victorious, like a towering palace. The acoustics in the cave are very good. The cave is also rich with stalactites and tall stalagmites, some resemble huge jewel flowers, ice crystals and jade; some resemble Santa Claus, with a smile; or like a lion descending the mountain, or like a bird spreading its wings, colorful and colorful Dry state in various poses. The underground river flowing through the cave is suddenly ignored, sometimes clear and peaceful, sometimes rushing.
This is a very famous cave landscape in Ljubljana. The stalactites in the cave have a history of hundreds of millions of years. They are uneven and have various shapes. Many animals and ancient times have also been found here. The traces of human activities are definitely a good place to find the secrets of the cave.
Postojna Cave is known as the "Queen of the Cave", and the karst landform gets its name from here. We didn't believe in her magnificence. It took ten minutes for the small train to reach the "big mountain", and climbed up and down for an hour and a half. Before leaving, I saw the underground river with rushing water, and I was convinced.
Crossing the "Russian Bridge", you will arrive at the best-looking "Spaghetti Cave". The stalactite columns are ultra-fine and white like a thousand silver needles falling from the sky. The commentary poetically describes it as "a heavy petrochemical rain."
The two largest stalactite pillars in Fig. 8 are one hundred thousand years old and are called "grooms" and "brides".
There are one hundred and fifty kinds of creatures in this dark black cave. The most famous blind newt is timid and loves black, and is called Shenlong by the locals. There is also gelato sold by baby dragon at the door. It is indeed a "dragon cave" from some angles.
The temperature in the cave is ten degrees, and carbonated rock water will frequently drip on the head. However, the drainage diversion system of the Sri Lankan people is still very scientific.
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The caves are interesting for explorers, but the trip was just normal, and tiring. l didn’t enjoy it that much. However, the view outside was very beautiful.
I have been to a lot of caves, but the view of this cave is huge, but it is really breathtaking. Therefore, it has become the most popular cave in Europe. Tickets are not cheap, but include round-trip trains and guided tours. There is a cold cloak at the entrance to the cave, which can be rented. The train detours for a while and arrives at the depths of the cave. Here, tourists get off the train and follow the guide along the non-slip trail to visit the stalagmite castle with different heights and colors. There is a flat hall near the souvenir hall. It is said that concerts are held here every winter, so creative and thumbs up! The most special thing in the cave is that there are protected salamanders in the groundwater fish tank because they are afraid of light in the fish tank area and it is forbidden to take pictures. The good news is that they have been able to continue to have a good time. Postojna cave is really a good place to linger. Push push!