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The Postojna Cave is one of the most visited places in Slovenia. It contains a set of galleries, tunnels and underground rooms where nature has covered the walls with stalactites and stalagmites. The largest of them is about 5 meters long and is known as Birljant, or ‘brilliant’ in English. More than 21 kilometers long, the first part of the route open for tourists is taken on a classic 140-year-old train. The cave is home to dozens of wildlife species such as bats, lobsters and butterflies. The place also houses two large rooms, one where concerts are held, and another a congress hall where period dances are organized.
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