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Aggitis Cave
Greece

Aggitis cave is one of the most spectacular caves in Greece. It was formed by the springs of river Aggitis situated in Rodopi area near the city of Drama. The cave is over 20Km long but only 500m is opened to the public. If you ever travel in Greece crossing Egnatia highway (E90) don't miss the oportunity to be there...This is really huge!! 

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Uploaded: 02/07/2014
Updated: 20/07/2014
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Tags: cave; aggitis; drama; river; natural monument
  • stylianos kanakaris 2 months ago
    καταπληκτικη !!
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