Prometheus Cave

Prometheus Cave is a mesmerizing natural wonder located near Kutaisi, Georgia. This underground marvel is a captivating combination of stalactites, stalagmites, and unique rock formations that have formed over millions of years, creating a stunning underground landscape.

The cave system stretches for about 11 kilometers, although only around 1.6 kilometers are open to the public. As visitors venture deeper into the cave, they are greeted by a series of illuminated chambers adorned with breathtaking formations, giving the impression of an otherworldly realm.
One of the cave's most remarkable features is the underground river that flows through it, creating a serene and mystical atmosphere. The experience of taking a boat ride along the river, surrounded by the illuminated rock formations, is nothing short of enchanting.
Guided tours lead visitors through the cave's passages, revealing its geological history and the legends associated with it. The lighting within the cave enhances the magical ambiance and highlights the intricate details of the formations.
Prometheus Cave is not only a geological wonder but also an important cultural site. It is named after the Titan Prometheus from Greek mythology, further adding to the mystique of the place. The cave is easily accessible from Kutaisi and provides an unforgettable journey into the depths of the Earth, offering a glimpse into the ancient forces that shaped Georgia's natural landscapes.

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Aram Khachikyan
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Yerevan, Armenia

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