Some articles on caves, cave:
... partly by limestone and has several natural caves discovered by cavers and scientists of "Terre" team ... In one of those caves called the "Cave of the whales" skelletons of ancient whales (2600 to 3500 BP) were discovered 10 to 30 meters above the sea level ... In another cave, named Cueva del Pacifico, unknown rock art was discovered in 2006 ...
... St Dunstan's Well Catchment is an important and well-known cave system which includes a series of spectacularly-decorated caves which in total extend to about 4 miles of mapped passage ... The caves at Fairy Cave Quarry were formed mainly by the erosive action of water flowing beneath the water-table at considerable pressure (so called 'phreatic ... Shatter Cave and Withyhill Cave are generally considered to be amongst the finest decorated caves in Britain in terms of their sheer abundance of pure white and translucent ...
... as GeoRSS Map of all microformatted coordinates Place data as RDF Name of Caves Other Names Province Nearest Town Coördinates Remarks Apocalypse Pothole North West ...
1 kilometre (0.62 mi), northwest of town on the road to Karoi and the Caves Motel, located about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) northwest of town, next to the Chinhoyi Caves ... Tourist attractions in Chinhoyi include the Chinhoyi Caves in Chinhoyi Caves National Park ... The limestone caves were first described by Frederick Courtney Selous in 1888 ...
... The caves are listed by alphabetical order and there are shown the main touristic caves and other notable (ex ... In "Length" section is shown, between parenthesis, the cave's trail as show cave (SC) ...
Famous quotes containing the word caves:
“Full many a gem of purest ray serene,
The dark unfathomd caves of ocean bear:
Full many a flower is born to blush unseen,
And waste its sweetness on the desert air.”
—Thomas Gray (17161771)
“A jellyfish and a saurian,
And caves where the cave men dwell;
Then a sense of law and beauty,
And a face turned from the clod
Some call it Evolution,
And others call it God.”
—William Herbet Carruth (18591929)
“Repent, repent, and from old errors turn!
Who listened to his voice, obeyed his cry?
Only the echoes, which he made relent,
Rung from their marble caves Repent! Repent!”
—William Drummond, of Hawthornden (15851649)