By Aliki Kraterou
An insight one of Europe’s biggest river caves, where visitors walk through the stalactites and enjoy the atmosphere.
The Aggitis Cave, in Drama, Greece is about 13 miles long and has existed for thousands of years – It was created by the erosion of limestone rocks of Falakro mountain.
Prehistoric objects and fossils discovered indicate it is dated back in the Stone Age.
The cave has a newly-built bridge and great lighting, creating a great atmosphere for visitors.
It was discovered in 1978 from Greek and French speleologists and it’s since 2000 it’s open to public.
In the main ‘Wheel chamber’ there is a big rotatable watermill that was used for water supply back in the 19th century.
Dimitris Symeonidis, 55, a theme park manager from Thessaloniki, Greece, filmed the video during his visit, earlier this year.
He said: ”I was very impressed by the cave as it allows you to perceive a different world of millions of years , observe it and feel the great atmosphere.
“The nature outside the cave is also amazing, running waters everywhere and beautiful sounds.”