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Cerkvenik Bridge, Škocjan Caves

The original Cerkvenik bridge was built in 1937 and was named after an enthusiastic local guide who in the period after WW1 led tourists and explorers to the caves. In 2003 a new bridge was built, which is still one of the largest underground facilities in the world. The bridge is placed 47 metres above river Reka and measures about 16 meters in length. Access to it is carved into live rock on both sides. The Škocjan Caves, visited by first tourists already back in 1884, consist of a network of 11 caves, sinkholes, natural bridges and other underground karst formations. Due to their unique natural and cultural heritage, the caves were listed in the World Heritage List in Unesco in 1986. More...