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    Reed Flute Cave, Guilin, China

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    • Open Door Interior Designs

      China's Reed Flute Cave is the most beautiful cave in the world | Roadtrippers - Maps Built for Travelers

    • Dania Toledo

      Crystal Palace, located in Reed Flute Cave, is made from natural limestone formations. It is 787 ft. (240 m) long. The name Reed Flute comes from the fact that reed plants grow outside the cave and are used to make flutes. This cave is located in Guilin, Guangxi, China.

    • Shawn Kirkpatrick

      Reed Flute Cave, Guilin, China Many individually notable features are present along the course of the Li River in Guangxi. Reed Flute Cave, a 240m passage inside the karst mountains, is one of them. Not sure about the multicolored lighting that's been added for visitors, but it makes for a cool shot.

    • Christiana Adebeshin

      Reed Flute Caves, Guilin, China | The 23 Dopest Places On Earth To Get High

    • dre ramirez

      #13. The Reed Flute Cave – Guangxi, China ....15 amazing caves

    • Vera Lin

      Crystal Palace of the Red Flute Cave, Guilin, Guangxi, China

    • Linda Hays

      Crystal Palace in the Reed Flute Cave, China

    • Jodie Redditt

      Reed Flute Cave, Guilin, Guangxi, China

    • Kelly Spradau

      Reed Flute Caves - Guilin, China

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