Taking a trip all around the Świetokrzyskie Region, one only needs to turn off the E-7 motorway from Krakow to Kielce into a side road to get to the very centre of “Raj” (“Paradise”) being the most beautiful cave in Poland. Nature has for ages created its underground complex of breathtaking tunnels and chambers decorated with hundreds of stalagmites, stalactites, pillars and pisoids of various shapes and forms. A 180-metre underground route was opened especially for tourists, who may admire the fairy-tale like underground world. The entrance of the cave houses an exhibition with its restored camp of a Neanderthal family, three natural-size figures and remains of prehistoric animals such as the mammoth, hairy rhinoceros and cave bear.

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