The Drahanska vrchovina hills and the Moravian Karst are set in a picturesque area northward of Brno between the route to Svitavy and the highway to Olomouc. Moravsky kras is one of the most significant karst’s centres in Middle Europe. On the area of 100qkm, there are well-developed surface and underground karsts entities in 1000 discovered caves. For the sake of preservation of this unique phenomenon the territory has been pronounced as the National protected zone in 1956. Annually thousands of tourists visit this place which is heavily interlaced with tourist paths.
The biggest subterranean system in Czech Republic is located in the north part (Amaterska cave with length of its passages more than 21km), thereinafter Sloupsko-sosuvske caves and Punkevni caves with Macocha gorge both opened for public. Or there are plunges of Sloupsky stram and Bila Voda which are the main source of Punkva and next caves like Balcarka, Katerinska caves opened for public as well. In the middle part there are significant cave system Rudicke propadani - Byci skala with numerous archaeological findings. At the south part a significant Ochozska cave and the cave Pekarna are situated.
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