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Ceremosnja cave

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Ceremosnja cave, rich in cave jewelry, is a significant cave in Serbia. Its total length is 775 metres, while tourist path is 431 m long. The first written record it was mentioned in had been a cave of Jovan because it was on the property of Jovan Grujic. When it was opened for visits in 1980, it got its name by the village in which it was situated.source

This trip through the cave was organised 5.feb.2011. by Mountain club "Vukan" from Požarevac.

Also, check out other virtual panorama Resava cave 1, Resava cave 2 and Sesalačka cave

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