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Amazing drip stone cave in Chiscau, Romania

 
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asterix's pictureby asterix review
added on 27th of July, 2009
In Chiscau is one of the greatest drip stone caves in Romania, called Bear's Cave. It's is about 500 m long, an it is full with really great drip stones in different shapes. It got its name from one particular that shapes a bear. There is very cold inside, I shuld bring some warmer cloths the next time.
Around you can buy o lot of souvenirs from the market places, or stands. Stones, hats, etc. make sure you buy authentic things because there are some stends with 'Mde in China' inscriptions. Things are not expensive and you can find some beautiful things.
 

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Recent reviews for Chiscau

Visiting The Bear's Cave - Jul 27, 2009, by asterix
Hi there, I’m writing this article to share with you my trip with the family to one of the greatest dripstone cave in the Romania. This is situated near Chiscau, at it is full with tourists almost every time. The cave is about 800 m... Read more »

Bear Cave adventures - Jun 30, 2009, by angel
The Cave of the Bear is a dripstone cave located at about 70 kilometers from Oradea in the Chiscau village. It was found in 1975. It got it's name because there were found traces of the Ursus spelaeus - the cave bear - which disappeared 15... Read more »

 
 

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