Reed Flute Cave

phil decocco

Fort Myers,, United States

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In Guilin, Guanxi, China, there is a natural limestone cave system that is over 1200 years old, and is quite a tourist attraction. It’s name is derived from the local reeds which grow nearby used for making pipes and flutes. During WWII air raids, one large grotto, called the Crystal Palace of The Dragon King, could hold 1,000 people (can you find the crocodile and the sleepy eyed frog?)

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