Gokgol Magarasi, Zonguldak
(4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • I visited many caves in many regions. Garcia after seeing the caves believe it's all dull and tiny. I recommend that you see a natural wonder is not necessarily completely ...
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  • Incredibly beautiful, must-see! Lighting is also very successful. Makers '. When you enter the Zonguldağa by car, all of a sudden. If you do not pay attention and you'll lose. Not enough routing and signage. Don't forget to put on Mac, plug in right at the entrance there are helmet the helmet is not necessarily (or nobody does not warn you) keep in mind that in humid and cool. Casual shoes should be preferred. Approximately 850 mt will walk inside. There's a bored after a while so don't come back the return, at the end, the most wonderful parts of:) WCS etc on exit messed up (unfortunately) saw the other before your need, enter in. as a country we can't have this cause I don't know the correct values. In our country this stored treasures tanıtılamaması enough how sad!
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  • One of the sights come in very useful for asthmatics says those who have come in recovery
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  • On the edge of the road. A place to be visited without difficulty exiting the mountain top. The length of 850-900 meters I measured myself. An underground river inside the cave. Walkways and lighting is perfect.
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  • So close to the city, and it's right on the shore of the road to see a cave shouldn't be too common. So if you are coming from Zonguldak in terms of Bartın half an hour take your and open to the public sector, which is one of the rare length cave as of Garcia,. 800-meter-long trip around the course because you are in a dream with colorful lighting. The last 300 meters and an underground stream begins to accompany your way. As these sectors designed glass-bottom of the trail, you can see the water while walking. Stalactites and stalagmites is 2-3 with the most spectacular play of light on the ground watching terraces are also available and allowing you to take beautiful pictures from around here. Inside the cave is quite cool at the entrance, I suggest you get something on you. Quite a few where the ceiling is low tide, it can be difficult to see in the Dim light, be very careful on your own or even use one of the existing helmet at the entrance.
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  • It's a great place to be seen
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  • Entry fee $10, students $5, normal. The beautiful cave walking platform and lighting. Transportation is easy; but be careful, they're going by the Blyth navigation you can route you. Ankara deviating from anywhere out of the way. Signs and you will see the entrance to the cave.
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