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Tantanoola Cave
Australia

Tantanoola Cave is a very small Cave in southern Australia near Mount Gambier und it ist very rich on beautiful stalactites. One can stay in the cave as long as he wants. So you can make picture without hurring behind the guide.

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Uploaded: 16/02/2013
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