The Baradla Show Cave in the Aggtelek National Park, Hungary, Hall of Pillars. The Baradla Cave in Aggtelek National Park is part of the UNESCO world heritage site of the caves of the Aggtelek and slovak karst. The cave is one of the major attractions of Hungary with about 200.000 visitors per year. At least parts of the caves have formed in the cretacious period with periods of sedimentation afterwords. The fossilized cave has been reactivated in younger geological periods, making it quite unique. The northern hungarian mountains are part of the western carpathian moutains. It is a hilly forested landscape intersected by deep and steep valleys. The geomorphological features are dominated by the typical karst landforms, especially sinkholes. Below the surface many caves have formed with the Baradla Show Cave being the most famous. Europe, East europe, Hungary, Aggtelek, February 2011
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