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Gronligrotta Cave, Rana Municipality

(2.1/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Was in this cave in August. The cave is equipped with lighting, when the it was flowing underground river with powerful glaciers and washed between the slates in thicknesses of mramorizovannyh limestone fanciful. Marble walls polished threads. There was no incrustations in the cave but the architecture itself moves so refined that the decorations on it would have been superfluous. The austere beauty of the stone labyrinths illuminated enough to not use Flash, But a tripod allows you to make frames more strident. Recommend boots and warm clothing, water in a cave deep in the cold, and the summer ice persists.
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  • Let's say that there are many more interesting caves and anywhere, but if you happen around here a little spin you may just want to see something different. Is not an attraction to do at all costs, but its because. Us not being able to go on the glacier Svartisen, because he arrived late to board the last ferry (of 16:00), we opted for this attraction, however with satisfaction. Nice experience
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  • I visited this cave after located very near Setergrotta. I can't say which is better and more interesting, if there is, although it may still do this. Inside the damp and a lot of water, so be sure to have good shoes and clothes.
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