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Here comes the water


Visitors are met with extraordinary sights these days as the extreme weather and unusual rainfall of recent weeks has filled the caves of Aggtelek National Park with water. Here are some comparative pictures of the situation. (Click images to enlarge)

Vass Imre Cave

{kép-címe} The picture on the right side is of the normal situation, and on the left you can see the current water level. There is roughly 10m between the two scenes.

The image on the left captures an image during a tour. The one on the right was taken from a colleague’s perspective aided by a lamp.

Kossuth Cave

{kép-címe}A small trickle of water has always been seen from the mouth of the Kossuth Cave, but now... 


The Turkish Waterfall, scene on the Baradla Cave Long Tour, is usually in name only. However, the floods have brought the waterfall back to life.

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