Olentangy Indian Caverns

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The Olentangy Indian Caverns are a series of natural underground caves, passages, and rooms occupying three different levels. The caverns were formed millions of years ago by an underground river that cut through the limestone rock. They were used by the Wyandotte Indians as a refuge from the weather and from their enemies the Delaware Indians. The Olentangy Indian Caverns are located outside of Columbus, Ohio.[1]

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  1. ^ "Olentangy Indian Caverns - History". Olentangy Indian Caverns. Retrieved 18 November 2013.