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Moravian Karst

Listed under Caves & Caving in Brno, Czech Republic.

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More than 1100 caves, gorges and rock formations are littered throughout this picturesque, wooded area, below which flows an underground river responsible for shaping most of the landscapes most interesting features. Only four of the caves are open to the public but they’re spectacular and linked by the underground river you can take a sailing tour on.

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