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Cave of a Thousand Buddhas
Krubera
Lascaux
Mammoth
Waitomo


Krubera Cave
The Krubera Cave
http://blog.sierratradingpost.com/in-the-news/explorers-discover-one-of-worlds-deepest-caves/

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A Lascaux painting
http://www.sacred-sites.org/preservation/2008award/index2008award.html
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Caves of a Thousand Buddhas
http://yeschinatour.com/china-guides/china-attractions/kizilgaha-thousand-buddha-cave-kuqa/

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Waitomo cave photograph
www.greenpea.co.nz/images/nz/

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Entrance to Mammoth Cave
http://www.southeasternoutdoors.com/public-lands/national-parks/mammoth-cave/mammoth-cave-2.html


 


Caves have always been thought of as a mixture of a hole, rock, and soil. Of course we know that caves are more than that. Caves just like us have the famous among them. Caves become famous because of historical importance, beautiful wall paintings, and their size. Among the famous are Lascaux, Waitomo, Krubera, The Caves of a Thousand Buddhas and others, too. Here we'll help you understand just how they became famous and how they are today. Their history will be shared with you and so will their experiences. Join as as we guide you through the glamorous world of the famous caves.


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