Domica Cave near Rožňava measures 8,127 metres in length, according to the newest findings of speleologists. The whole cave system Domica-Baradla exceeds 30 kilometres.
Domica was mapped with a scanner, thanks to which it was possible to spot all the details from the tiny dripstones to the connection of the cave with the surface.
“8,127 metres in length is not a record, but when we discovered that Baradla is 22 kilometres long on the Hungarian side, we counted it, and the international cave exceeded 30 kilometres, which is an interesting number,” said speleologist Zdenko Hochmuth, as quoted by the TASR newswire.
7. Sep 2020 at 11:38 | Compiled by Spectator staff