Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Karaca Cave, Turkey

Karaca Cave, Turkey

The Karaca Cave (known locally as Karaca Mağarası) is a network of caves located near the Turkish town of Torul.
Although the cave is known by the people living in that region, it became open to tourism as a result of the scientific research conducted by Sukru Eroz, a geological engineer from Cebeli Village, between the years 1983-1990.
Prof. Dr. Remzi Dilek and his team from the department of Geological Engineering in K.T.U (Karadeniz Technical University) contributed a lot of research and scientific studies of the cave.
As a result of these studies, it was opened to tourism in 1996 after the Ministry of Culture and Tourism was informed and the cave was officially registered.


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