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The Baredine Cave is located between the towns of Vishnjan, Porec and Tar. In 1986, thanks to the unique inhabitants of the underground lakes and the beauty, the cave was declared a Croatian natural monument. In 1995 the cave was opened to the public.
The Baredine Cave has been known since ancient times, but the first documented exploration of it was carried out at the beginning of the 20th century by cavers from Trieste, who descended to a depth of 80 meters. In 1973, speleologists from Porec discovered an underground lake.
The main wonders of the cave are stalagmites and stalactites that were created over several millennia and an underground lake located at a depth of 60 meters. The unique inhabitants of the lake are the so-called"
You can admire the beauty of the cave during the excursion, which lasts about 40 minutes. When visiting the cave, you must bring warm clothes, as it is cool (about +15 0 C) and damp. Flash photography is prohibited in the cave.
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Topic: Baredine cave in Croatia, Porec resort.