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"Gruta del Palacio". Side view. A cave formed naturally by erosion, which is shaped like a palace.
Uruguay

The so-called "Gruta del Palacio" cave of the palace, is a cave formed naturally by erosion, which is shaped like a palace. It's almost unique worldwide. It is located on Route 14 a few kilometers from the city of Trinidad in the Department of Flores, Uruguay. Currently UNESCO is considering declaring a world heritage site.

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Uploaded: 01/11/2011
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