Raven’s rock offers beautiful views of autumn forests

Romantic village located nearby.

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Havrania Skala (Raven’s Rock) is a significant peak with steep slopes in the central part of the Slovenský Raj (Slovak Paradise) national park.

There are many small cave spaces located inside its rocky slopes. The rock is located in National nature reserve Stratená that lures tourists with its beautiful nature, regional daily Korzár reported.

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A popular spot among tourists – the Dobšinská Ice Cave is located nearby. The village of Stratená is located in the area of the nature reserve, well-known for its mining activities.

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