"Cave "Gadima"" Pristina Off The Beaten Path Tip by dambigir
Pristina Off The Beaten Path: 9 reviews and 15 photos
Interesting story about one trip taken when i lived in Kosovo. Story of that cave "Gadima" goes with its roots deep into the garden of one peasant. he was spading up his garden and suddenly lost his shovel, as it fell down somewhere. He started to dig with his hands and found that Cave. That happen somewhere in mid 1970th or 1980th.
The cave is 15 kilometers long and really old.
There are plenty of interesting things that u can see in that cave. Stalactites and stalagmites of absolutely amazing forms and combinations, as well as some strange stones.
One of them u can see on the pic below (2-nd). This stone's called "the lungs of smoker". people, it looks impressive, press to enlarge and remember: smoking kills! :)
there are two stones in this picture that are almost touching each other. they came a long-long was before coming so close, and got names "Romeo and Juliet". there is still something about 1 santimeter between these stalactit and stalagmit. if tourists will be careful with them in somesome few hundred years they finally will be together.:)
on another picture-there are starts on the cave's ceiling, that are growing upside-down.
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