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  • Tritis Maria Cave

    Tritis Maria Cave

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview In celebrating the Month of Holy Mary that comes in May and October, Catholics in Gunungkidul will usually perform pilgrimage in a cave. The place of pilgrim is called Tritis Maria Cave. The naturally formed cave with ever-water-dropping stalactites and stalagmites, the karst cave presents tranquility as well as humility ...Read more

  • Gong Cave

    Gong Cave

    Publish 28-09-2009 11:44:19 by Admin

    A. Brief information You might never thought that behind the view of barren mountains in Pacitan regency, laid many dazzling nature potentials that you cannot find in any other places. One of those potentials is the Gong Cave, one of so many small caves concealed between the mountains and hills in Pacitan. The length of this ...Read more

  • Jomblang Cave

    Jomblang Cave

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    Credit Photo: Abhe Fallah. Email: abhecaver@yahoo.com Read more

  • Putri Cave

    Putri Cave

    Publish 25-06-2008 13:52:06 by Admin

    A. Brief Information Putri Cave  is 159 meters in depth, 8-20 meters in width, and 20 meters in high. There is an underground river flowing to the Ogan River within the cave. The cave is a right destination for nature escapade tour. B. Distinctive Features Inside the cave, you will see hundred years old of stalactites ...Read more

  • Kiskendo cave

    Kiskendo cave

    Publish 22-05-2008 13:36:50 by Admin

    A. Brief Information This cave, which was named Guo Kiskendo by the local people, was found firstly by a hermit named Ki Gondorio in 1700‘s. The hermit was also the first cave keeper. According to the local story, one night the hermit had a dream of entering a cave that looked like a palace. In the dream, Ki Gondorio got a guidance ...Read more

  • Jatijajar Cave

    Jatijajar Cave

    Publish 29-05-2008 15:12:55 by Admin

    A. Brief Information Jatijajar cave was naturally shaped out of limestone. It was discovered by a farmer namely Jayamenawi in 1802 A.D., when he was grassing then suddenly sunk into a hole. Some people lent a hand for him to come out of the hole by uncovering the thick grass covering the hole. Finally, they realized that the hole ...Read more

  • Liang Bua Cave

    Liang Bua Cave

    Publish 29-05-2008 15:09:20 by Admin

    A. Brief Information There is an assumption that Liang Bua Cave was shaped about 190.000 years ago. It is based on the result of laboratory research on the sediment at the south corner of the cave. It was shaped since the water stream from a river penetrating the surrounding hills. At the end, after a long run, those rocks shaped the ...Read more

  • Kawangkoan Javanese Cave

    Kawangkoan Javanese Cave

    Publish 13-01-2012 14:53:40 by Admin

    A. Overview Kawangkoan Japanese Cave or also known as Kiawa Javanese Cave is an historic heritage of Javanese colonialism occupied in Minahasa, North Sulawesi. The cave was built during Javanese occupation of Indonesia in World War II, precisely in 1943, to take about one year until it finished in 1944. The purposes to build the cave among ...Read more