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List of caves in Serbia

List of caves in Serbia.

Image Name Location Notes
Degurić Cave Near Valjevo
Gradac Cave
Kađenica Dljina village near Čačak Cave-church
Marble Cave Municipality of Lipljan Karst limestone cave. Much of it is still unexplored.
Lazareva pećina Zlot, 9.4 km (5.84 mi) from Bor
Petnica 5 km (3.11 mi) SE of Valjevo
Prekonoška cave Svrljig
Rajko's Cave The cave is located at the spring of Mali Pek,
2 km (1.24 mi) from town Majdanpek in Eastern Serbia
Resava Cave 20 km (12.43 mi) from Despotovac It is the first cave to be prepared for visits in Serbia.
Risovača Cave Entrance of the town Aranđelovac
Stopića Cave Zlatibor
Potpeće Cave Potpeće, 12 km from Užice towards Požega
Cerjanska cave Cerje , (Kamenički Vis) (Niš) To date discovered 6,025 meters , soon will be officially the longest cave in Serbia

External links

  • National Tourism Organization of Serbia
  • Resavska cave
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