|Serbian: Стопића пећина
|Location||Sirogojno, Mount Zlatibor, Serbia|
|Length||1,691.5 m (5,550 ft)|
|Show cave opened||2009|
|Visitors||61.280 in 2017|
|Features||waterfall, tufa bathtubs|
Stopića cave (Serbian: Стопића пећина, Stopića Pećina) is a limestone cave near Sirogojno, on the slopes of Mount Zlatibor in the Dinaric Alps, in western Serbia. It has been protected by the state as the natural monument.
The Stopića cave is located on the territory of the Rožanstvo village. The cave is easily accessed. It has a 20-metre-high (66 ft) entrance, a waterfall, speleothems and unusual tufa "bathtubs", cave formations which fill with water in time, and then overspill creating a cascade flow.
The cave was open for public in 2009. In 2017 it had 61.280 visitors.
- Nenad Banjac, Ljubinko Savić, Aleksandra Maran, Milena Cukavac, Meri Ganić, Zoran Nikić (2011). Field Trip Guide, Geological excursion, 17-18 September 2011. 17th Meeting of the Association of European Geological Societies, Beograd 2011. p. 32.
- Branko Pejović, 9 January 2018, Politika, Stopića pećina sve posećenija i uređenija
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