Ceremošnja Pecina Cave

Ceremošnja Pecina Cave

The Cave of Ceremošnja /Ceremošnja Pećina Cave/ is located in East Serbia, on the north-east slopes of the Homolje Mountains at the altitude of 533 meters. Ceremošnja Pećina Cave is 150 km away from Belgrade and 7 km from town of Kucevo, on the regional road connecting Belgrade and Kucevo. The Cave of Ceremošnja /Ceremošnja Pećina Cave/ is a Carst cave of 775 meters lenght (tourist guided 431 m) beside the pathole that contains the Strugarski Potok (Little Strugar Stream). The trail marked for visitors in Ceremosnja pecina cave is circular and one-way, providing an ideal way for tourists to enjoy the cave. It was the second cave to open as a show cave in Serbia. The remains of a cave bear which lived more than 100,000 years ago have been found in the cave.

“The Arena” hall of Ceremošnja Pećina Cave is 105 meters long and for its extraordinary cave jewelry the most beautiful cave-chamber in whole Serbia. Ceremosnja is the eclipse shape with radius of 50 meters and 20 meters height. The cupola is covered with the while lime-stone and decorated with numerous stalactites and visible walls. The unique attraction of the Ceremosnja pecina cave is the stalagmite “Lepa Vlajna” that reminds of the women dressed in the traditional folklore costume. The Botanic Park-arboretum is situated close to the Ceremošnja Pećina Cave. It contains floral species set in the Carpathian-Balkan region of Serbia and the traditional settlement where visitors can meet customs and object of material culture of Homolje inhabitants.

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