Marble Cave, Kosovo

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Marble Cave
Shpella e gadimes foto Arben Llapashtica.jpg
Location Gadime e ult, Kosovo
Coordinates 42°28′48″N 21°12′20″E / 42.48006°N 21.205538°E / 42.48006; 21.205538Coordinates: 42°28′48″N 21°12′20″E / 42.48006°N 21.205538°E / 42.48006; 21.205538
Discovery 1966
Geology karst limestone

The Marble Cave (Albanian: Shpella e Mermerit, Serbian: Мермерна пећина/Mermerna pećina) is a karst limestone cave in the village of Gadime e Ulët (Donje Gadimlje), in the municipality of Lipljan in Kosovo.[a] Much of it is still unexplored. The cave was found in 1966 by a villager, Ahmet Asllani, who was cutting stone.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Schuman, Michael (May 14, 2014). Serbia and Montenegro Nations in Transition. Infobase Publishing. p. 137. ISBN 9781438122526. Retrieved 27 February 2016. 
  2. ^ Gadime Cave (Gadime e Ulët), Kosovo. National Geographic: Western Balkans Geotourism Map Guide. Archived 24 January 2014.

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