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Dubocka Cave

Dubocka Cave
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Dubočka Pećina (Dubočka Cave) is 2,275 long and it is one of the longest caves in Serbia. It is situated 20 km away from Kučevo, and 150 km from Belgrade, in the northern part of Zviška Gorge, at the foot of Zviške planine (Zviške Mountains). Although it is not prepared for tourist visits yet, it is easy to reach.


Dubočka Pećina is a waterways tunnel cave. An underground stream flows through it periodically. At the foot of the vivid gorge, you can see several small extraordinary beautiful waterfalls.


Huge entry, spacious entrance tube and extraordinary surroundings make this cave a place you shouldn’t miss. Dubočka pećina consists of three units: The main tube, clay tubes and the Rusaljka tube. In the habitat of the Neolithic man, bones of cave bears were found, as well as the teeth of Deinotherium, bone needles and other tools made by humans.

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