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St. Michael's Cave, Gibraltar

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While part of a tour package, we were allowed a few hours in Gibraltar, just at the tip of Spain. The Rock is honeycombed with artificial galleries and natural caves through which tours are given. Certainly the best known cave on the Rock is St. Michael's Cave, which you can reach by cable car. This cave is full of immense stalactites, stalagmites, and columns. The cave contains seating using during musical performances.

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Written by  Greg Brick.

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