BRNO – Moravian Karst – Catherine’s Cave – Video – P4

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BRNO – Moravian Karst – Catherine’s Cave – P3

The interesting part of Catherine’s Cave is the Witch Lady formation as we cannot believe its natural, actually it is a natural formation. You should carry your jerkins with you , as it will be very cold inside the cave .

BRNO – Moravian Karst – Catherine’s Cave – P2

Catherine’s Cave –

The Catherin’s Cave is about 580m Long. The temperature is about 7-8 C, the air humidity is almost 100%. In the winter, there are bats here, so in the month of December, Januray and February it will be closed. The total time taken to cover this cave will be 30 to 40 minutes .

Stops in Catherin’s Cave –

  1. Main Dome
  2. Bamboo Forest
  3. Dome of Chaos
  4. Witch

How to reach –

Public Transport –

From Brno, Catch a train from Main train station which goes to Blansko , It’s a 30 min travel from Brno to Blansko. Once you reach Blansko, you can get Bus number 226 to reach Skalni Mlyn . It will take 15 to 20 min to reach Skalni Myln from Blansko. Once you reach Skalni Mlyn, Just 5 min walk to Catherin’s Cave from the ticket counter .

Note : If you are travelling on a weekend, remember , bus frequency is very limited .

You can also book a cab from Brno, but it would be expensive, so the choice is yours as I would suggest to go by Public transport.

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BRNO – Moravian Karst – Catherin’s Cave – P1

Catherine’s cave

The ancient legend of shepherd girl, Catherine, who sought a lost sheep in the cave, but died there when she herself lost her way. The cave now bears her name. The place around the portal provides evidence that, the cave inhabited by Paleolithic man and by the people of some earlier cultures. The cave entrance was used as a shelter and also a ritual place as presented in the exhibition. The unique findings are represented by a great number of bone remains that were chopped and worked upon by prehistoric man.

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