Kunia Abyss (Kunia priepasť)

Region:Region Košice (Košický kraj)
District:Košice - okolie
City / Municipality:Háj
Latitude:48° 37' 42.96108" / 48.6286003
Longitude:20° 52' 57.36144" / 20.8826004
Included in categories: UNESCO World Heritage in Slovakia, Caves
Unesco world heritage
It is situated on the southern edge of the Jasovská Plateau. The cave reaches the length of 813 m and depth of 203 m. It was discovered by G. Stibrányi sr. in, cavers from Košice came to the abyss in 1986. The set of cascading abysses ends with horizontal passages. The waters from the Kunia Abyss penetrate through unknown spaces to the Skalistý potok Cave. Flowstone fills include straw stalactites, stalagmites, curtains,cascade rimstones and lacustrine water lilies. ... Read more
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