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  • AJ Hanneld

    jettavegas: vjecnost: voyagevisuelle: This recently discovered cave in Vietnam is massive beyond description. An entire forest is growing inside! There are no words to describe the enormity, and beauty of this natural wonder. The Empire State Building will fit inside! The fact that places like this exist just blows me away. This world is so beautiful. Hang En Cave via National Geographic.

  • Viviane Hettinger

    This recently discovered cave in Vietnam is massive beyond description. An entire forest is growing inside! There are no words to describe the enormity, and beauty of this natural wonder. -- The Empire State Building will fit inside-- ~ Photo credit: Carston Peter, Son Doong cave, #travelling collections #travel photos #travel tips #travel guide

  • Rita N Campbell

    Son Doong Cave is located in the Quang Binh province of Vietnam. The cave is hidden in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park which was recognized in 2003 as a world natural heritage site by UNESCO. With 200 meters in width and 150 meters in height at approximately 9 kilometers long, Son Doong Cave was classified as the largest cave in the world by BCRA (British Cave Research Association). BBC news also selected the cave as one of the most beautiful on the globe.

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