A Billion Drips

Jo Nijenhuis

Hoorn, Netherlands

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Cave of Remouchamps, Belgium, Europe

The longest subterranean navigation in the world.
It is needless to describe the caves of Remouchamps.
Open to the public in 1912 and in 1924 equipped with lights to give a fairy-like impression.This jewel of Liège is divided into two parts.
The first part is to be visited on foot until the first hall, which 8.000 years ago was inhabited by Paleolithic hunters. Always against a fabulous background, full of colours and life, you will pass corridors, filled by the subterranean river Rubicon, until the big hall of the Cathedral. The paths are easy to walk, clean and nonslip. Whilst going deeper and deeper, following the guide, you’ll be able to admire the wonders of nature. Each wonder is explained to you in details.
After the apotheosis of the Cathedral, the second part is to be visited by boat, which glides mysteriously and without a sound over the winding subterranean river of almost 600 m in lenght. Here one will discover new beauties, including the waterfountain that sprays under the subterranean roof, forming a magnificent curtain.

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