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Did You Know Magura Cave in Bulgaria Hosts Concerts and has a Wine Cellar?

Did You Know Magura Cave in Bulgaria Hosts Concerts and has a Wine Cellar?

The Magura Cave in Bulgaria is a natural wonder that’s believed to have started taking shape about 15 million years ago. It is considered the most extensive post-Palaeolithic painted cave in Europe. Be it the fantastic rock formations, the remnants of the early Bronze Age, or the ceramic remains of the Iron Age, this cave(…)

Published On: Tuesday, September 1st, 2015
5 Most Famous Caves Around The World

5 Most Famous Caves Around The World

The first home of man was a cave. And as I type out this information on my computer I realize, that the walls of the cave were also man’s first blackboard. Much has been preserved in caves, many stories have been told, and civilizations have moved forward. And even today, when we have come so(…)

Published On: Saturday, October 11th, 2014
Honeymoon in Philippines

Honeymoon in Philippines

Honeymoon in Philippines can be the most memorable and unforgettable experience for you and your spouse. Philippines offers you the perfect venue for exchanging your marriage vows in a private and beautiful island. For leisure travelers as well as honeymooners, Philippines has amazing tourist spots along with a calm and pleasant climate. A honeymoon in(…)

Published On: Friday, November 29th, 2013
Carlsbad Caverns Facts

Carlsbad Caverns Facts

The Carlsbad Caverns, an underground limestone cave, draws visitors for its rock formations and extensive underground chambers. A prominent attraction in New Mexico, this National Monument (since 1923) is part of the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, which has about 118 explored caves (including the 134.86 miles long Lechuguilla Cave) and many unexplored ones. The national(…)

Published On: Monday, November 25th, 2013