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絶対モンスターいるはず! イスラエルの洞窟

CLICK LIKE, if you want to explore this cave - Avshalom Cave (Soreq Cave) in the Judean Hills in Israel.

Sintra, Portugal

Not a tree house, but a very cool and old house in the trees. An old settlement in the Scottish Highlands. <---- This place looks magical! Like the home of the three witches in The Black Cauldron or a house in the Shire!

Amazing Secret Dungeon discovered under my new apartment� click to see all of the pics

Amazing Secret Dungeon discovered under my new apartment…

Funny pictures about Amazing Secret Dungeon discovered under my new apartment. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing Secret Dungeon discovered under my new apartment. Also, Amazing Secret Dungeon discovered under my new apartment.

West Coast Trail, Canada / The 50 Best Hikes in the World

West Coast Trail, Canada / The 50 Best Hikes in the World

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Whether they're underwater or on dry land, caves can offer up dramatic views and provide homes for exotic plants and animals -- and sometimes people, too.

Stalagmites and stalactites and things that go bump in the night!  More photos of Grotte di Castellana: http://travelwithkat.com/2012/06/05/stalagmites-and-stalactites-and-things-that-go-bump-in-the-night/

Stalagmites and stalactites and things that go bump in the night

Stalagmites and stalactites and things that go bump in the night! - Travel with Kat

clustered stalactites of the exotic 'avshalom caves' in israel

clustered stalactites of the exotic 'avshalom caves' in israel

Cave Inspiration

DnD Tourism: The Caves of Dordogne

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A year-long adventure to all 59 of the U. National Parks during 52 weeks to celebrate the NPS centennial in

Hall of Giants, Carlsbad Caves, New Mexico: In Sequoia Caverns, stalactites protected from tourists from 1977-1987 grew 10 inches, or 1 inch per year. At this rate they could have grown 300 ft in just 3600 years.

Hall of Giants, Carlsbad Caves, New Mexico: In Sequoia Caverns, stalactites protected from tourists from grew 10 inches, or 1 inch per year. At this rate they could have grown 300 ft in just 3600 years.