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Bantimurung Caves, South Sulawesi
Indonesia

Bantimurung caves are located in the subdistrict Bantimurung, Maros regency, South Sulawesi Province. The caves are set in karst limestone mountains, in the Bantimurung national park.

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Tags: cave; tropical; karst limestone
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