Geology Picture of the Day – Frasassi Caves
The Frasassi Caves, located in central Italy near the town of Genga, are large cave complex spanning some 13 kilometers of known caves. It is estimated that they entire cave system may be upwards of 35 kilometers long.
Image credit: *Checco* on flickr.
Admittedly, the information located online about this cave complex is rather lacking. Does anyone else know more about this?
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