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    Cave formations

  • Karin Edens

    Cave system in Eastern Austria

  • Pohlian Wilson

    This amazing cave is in Obir Tropfsteinh, Eastern Austria

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    A cave new world: Amazing underground rock formations that look like an alien world seen for the first time The amazing caves are in Obir Tropfsteinh in Eastern Austria.

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