Suspended log, Reka River, Mahorcic Cave, Skocjan Caves (Skocjanske jame) Park, Slovenia, Europe.
A log was left suspended high in Mahorcic Cave (Mahorciceva jama) by the Reka River in Slovenia. The wonderful self-guided Part 2 of Skocjan Caves walking tour follows the mysterious Reka River from Mala Dolina (Small Doline, a sinkhole) through Mahorcic Cave (Mahorciceva jama) upstream underground for 350 meters over exciting bridges and dimly lit passages. From a large-scale karst drainage, the Reka River has carved and dissolved dramatic subterranean passages through limestone over several million years. Karst topography is a geologic formation of dissolving bedrock. Our word for "karst" likely evolved from the Slovene noun kras and earlier proper noun Grast, referring to Slovenia's Karst Plateau. Visit Skocjan Caves (Skocjanske jame) Regional Park near Divaca, in the Littoral region of the Republic of Slovenia, Europe. UNESCO has honored Skocjan Caves as a World Heritage Site. This panorama was stitched from 2 overlapping photos.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download